While I was there, I picked up a signed copy of The Iron King, Julie's amazing debut novel and the first book in The Iron Fey series. But more about that later...
We opted to head back to Borders after lunch, deciding that none of us would be unhappy surrounded by books, and it was straight to e the cafe for caffeine. Julie had stashed a Mountain Dew in her coat pocket for just such an ocassion. The addiction runs deep, but until they form Dewholics Anonymous I fear there's no helping her.
Borders set Julie up at a table in the YA section, stacked high with copies of The Iron King. Nearly 30 people showed up to listen to and get their books signed, including Tenners Kelly Creagh (Nevermore, 8/31) and Jessica Leader (Nice and Mean, 6/8).
The night went a little something like this...
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