Subway, more than a sandwich, eh?
Sorry to my Canadian travel buddies I had to toss that “eh?” bit in. We rode the subway today, and I have to confess it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. I did have flashes of Spike fighting that seventies slayer chick, in the subway, where he commandeers his trademark leather trench coat. Alas, no Spike.
We traveled to Central Park with a group of the Class of 2K10 authors including Alexandra Diaz, Shari Maurer, Irene Latham, Shannon Delany (and brother Morgan), Janet Fox, Bonnie Doerr, Denise Jaden, Brynn (Judith’s sister, and our awesome documentarian!) Judith Graves, and me, Kitty Keswick; where we posed for a photo op in front of the John Lennon “Imagine” mosaic.
In the pre-summer heat, we trekked through the park admiring the myriad of dogs and people whilst dodging bicyclists who seemed to have gotten a memo that we were worth some sort of points if run over.
After a fun day at BEA, in the park, and riding the subway, we hurried back to the hotel to doll up before our group signing at Books of Wonder (18 W 18th Street, New York, NY—awesome cupcakes and old fashioned soda too!) with Alexandra Diaz, Shari Maurer, Irene Latham, Shannon Delany, Janet Fox, Bonnie Doerr, Denise Jaden, Jame Richards, Jeri Smith-Ready, Leah Cypress, Swati Avasthi, Rhonda Hayter, Jennifer R. Hubbard, Judith Graves, and me, Kitty Keswick. Books of Wonder graciously hosted the class signing.
We had a blast meeting bloggers and fans and chatting with the owner. Thanks, Pete!
Here's the footage of today: