As I mentioned in previous blog posts (in an unsuccessful attempt at guilting you into abandoning your holiday plans to jet on over to the East Coast to see me speak about my book), I went to Washington D.C. and New York to do some book readings. And, no, I didn’t tell the Mel Gibson joke.
The D.C. readings were held at the bookstores Books-A- Million and Busboys and Poets. The New York reading was at my aunt and uncle’s house. They invited a bunch of friends, and they really went above and beyond in making it a special event.
Check out the spread! It's hard to tell here, but those are grammar mugs!
This is the piece de resistance. Let them eat grammar cake!
This is a picture of the audience. I love how, like in the classroom, no one sits in the front row.
Here's an aerial view. Yes, they hired a helicopter.
This is my very supportive family. From left to right, we've got my dad, my sister, my cousin, me, my aunt and my uncle.
And third from the left is my other cousin. I didn't want to leave her out!