Alright, here we go! Pictures from this past weekend at Texas Renaissance Festival. The theme for the weekend was All Hallow’s Eve, so my friend and fellow author, James William Peercy, invited me down to sell a few ghost stories. I am so grateful to him and his beautiful wife, Claudette for taking me under their wings. They are just the most amazing, wonderful, selfless people you could ever hope to meet and James’ books, The Wall Outside series, are just so beautiful and magical. If you enjoy fantasy, I highly recommend you check out his work.
Although I can do things all by myself, I always prefer not to. Besides, weekend excursions to Renaissance festivals are always so much more fun with friends. So I took my trusty house elves, Kat and Rachel (Rat) to help me out.
Before we reached the festival, we made a quick stop at this cool, old, haunted town called Anderson.
After we arrived at the Festival (OMG it was so muddy), we unloaded all the books from the car and then set out to explore the grounds. Naturally, we first found ourselves in the Enchanted Forest.
The rest of the grounds were equally beautiful.
And the arts and crafts were absolutely breathtaking.
Oh, and there were books too.
I also had to get my picture taken with my Great-Great-Great-Great several times over Grandfather, Robert the Bruce.
But I think my favorite new friends that I made were Pip and Owlbus Dumbledore.
How did you spend your Halloween?