BEA 2011: DAY 1 (Tuesday)

Wake up in the morning feeling like...well like me and I am so excited to be attending the biggest book event of the year.

BEA 2011 is finally . YEAY! The convention center is bustling with energy, people going in every direction and the conversations of books are filling the air.

"Ahhh, happiness"

I hope that I get to meet loads of people that I chatted with on twitter, facebook and my blog. That I get reaquainted with old friends. And that I get to thank those wonderful publishing contacts that have always been kind and generous to me.

I cannot wait to attend the many events that will host some of my favorite authors and some new authors that have created much buzz. To expand my book knowledge and maybe even my library. The prospect of finding out what is new on and the upcoming horizion is exciting beyond anything I can imagine. If you see me out on the floor please do not hesitate to say hello, I don't bite and if you get me on a roll talking about books then I can gab for hours.

See ya there...Nancyxx

1 comment on "BEA 2011: DAY 1 (Tuesday)"

Kristina wrote: May 24, 2011 at 10:54 AM

Best of luck to you and have lots of fun for all the people who are sitting on the sidelines :)

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Books Inc. Opera Plaza
Sunday, November 15 @ 5pm
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Hello, fellow readers! Look at the upcoming events in our marvelous SF Bay Area for next year. There are some events that are coming out that I cannot post about yet, but believe me when I tell you they are made of awesome.

Kepler's in Menlo Park
Friday, January 15 @ 7pm

Hicklebee's in San Jose
Saturday, January 16 time TBD

Books INC. in San Francisco
Monday, January 18



Boderlands in San Francisco
Saturday, February 28 TBD



Kepler's in Menlo Park
Sunday, March 6 @ 2pm

...and lots more events are coming. I am so excited but cannot share them yet :) Stay Tuned!!

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