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November 7, 2007

Book Reading at the Boulder Bookstore

Not that any of you will want to hear this, but I'm going to tell you anyway. Right now, instead of being at a job I'm not stoked about, I'm still in bed with the radio on beside me and 10 books/journals on the other side of me, where some normal people might leave space for, say, a significant other, and I've been puttering around writing on this laptop for over an hour. Anyone want to read a book about work in the Philippines? I hope so, because that's what I'm working on. Pre-blog experiences--yep, I did indeed have a life before I was 26.

I keep forgetting to post that I'm actually now published in bookstores. It's just a piece in a compilation that someone else put together, but just the same, it's sold on Amazon and I can go to the Boulder Bookstore and there I am (well, the book with 5 or so pages of me in it) on its shelves. The shelf halfway up the stairway which everyone must glance at as they go upstairs, actually, since it's one of the books slated for a reading. How fun is that? The editor, Susan Fox Rogers, another contributor, Traci Macnamera, and myself are going to be reading from our pieces tomorrow night. So consider this an invite to those of you who are anywhere in the vicinity and might be able to come:

Boulder Bookstore!
7:30 PM!
Thursday November 8!

It's only about 45 minutes long, so why wouldn't you come?

The book is called "Antarctica, Life on the Ice" and is stuffed with pieces of varying degrees of funniness and seriousness about people's experiences working in Antarctica. It's kind of fun.

Posted by beth at November 7, 2007 4:17 PM

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Oh rats! I want to come! But I can't get there by tomorrow night. I guess I'll have to buy the book and have you read it to me next time I see you.
Aunt Pat

Posted by: aunt pat at November 8, 2007 3:07 AM

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