Posts by: Stacee


The time we went to Festival of Books

The time we went to Festival of Books

I’m not going to recount my ordeals with getting information about the author panels versus author signings because I’m pretty sure everyone already knows about it. I’ve been pretty whiny about it over the last couple of weeks. Needless to say, we got up to FOB just after 11:15. We had already missed the John Green panel that we had tickets for were just trying to get to the YA panel with Kami Garcia, Margaret Stohl, Lauren Kate and DJ […]

Posted April 22, 2012 by Stacee in Signings / 3 Comments

The time it was a social event

The time it was a social event

Trying to hunt down Cynthia Hand has been a difficult task. As soon as Hallowed came out, I was watching her website for any upcoming signings. When the Spring Into the Future tour was announced and I saw that Cynthia was scheduled to be appearing at the LA stop, I double checked the date. She had the dates listed for the RT convention instead of the LA stop. I had tweeted her and didn’t hear anything back right away. So. […]

Posted April 13, 2012 by Stacee in Signings / 8 Comments

The time it was short, but sweet

The time it was short, but sweet

I feel like it’s common knowledge that my love for Pride and Prejudice and zombies [as separate entities] is vast. Imagine my delight when Seth Grahame-Smith combined them in the book so cleverly titled Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I read it in one sitting and when Barnes & Noble came out with the special edition [“with 30% more zombies!!”], I was all over it. So. When I saw that Seth was going to be doing a signing to promote […]

Posted April 11, 2012 by Stacee in Signings / 0 Comments

The time I laughed a lot

The time I laughed a lot

I had gone back and forth trying to decide if I was going to go to the Christopher Moore signing at Mysterious Galaxy. I had read some of Lamb, but ended up giving it up after getting through about half of it. Not to say that it wasn’t funny, because it certainly was.  I think it was just a bit too dry for me. The topic of his new book, Sacré Bleu combined Paris and Van Gogh, so I was […]

Posted April 10, 2012 by Stacee in Signings / 0 Comments

The time I was a dead body

The time I was a dead body

Going to the Barry Lyga signing for I Hunt Killers was very spur of the moment. I had gone to MG to buy a book for another signing and decided why not… We got up to MGRB with time to kill, like always. I ended up going inside around 7 and was chatting with LeAnna [the sole reason this blog exists]. She mentioned that she was going to make an outline of a body and I offered to be the […]

Posted April 6, 2012 by Stacee in Signings / 2 Comments

The time I went to WonderCon

The time I went to WonderCon

When I told people we were going to WonderCon, I got one of two reactions. Either “why waste your time?” or “what’s WonderCon?”. Admittedly, I fell into the latter category. We’ve been going to Comic-con for 15 years and never once heard of WonderCon. After seeing how cheap tickets were, we figured why not? Saturday was interesting. We got up late and with the rain, didn’t get to Anaheim until 11:30 or so.  I’m not sure what I was expecting, […]

Posted March 19, 2012 by Stacee in Signings / 0 Comments

The time I didn’t read the books before the signing

The time I didn’t read the books before the signing

I had heard all sorts of good things about Vroman’s bookstore in Pasadena. When I saw that Lauren Oliver was signing, I was all over it. Add Claudia Gray and I was set… I ordered the books through the website with a note that I would be picking the books on the day of the event. When we got to Vroman’s, I was instructed to go to the will call section upstairs. The woman who helped me, Mary, was extraordinarily […]

Posted March 12, 2012 by Stacee in Signings / 1 Comment