This past Spring my book club read a book that was written by an Austinite and we had the huge privilege of having him come to our book club for a little question and answer time.
It was a great night for two reasons. #1 the obvious was that we had the author of our book right there in my living room. I mean if you think about it, that’s stinking cool. 🙂 We were able to ask all the questions we all wondered and even able to ask his wife about parts that included her in the book. #2 reason that it was super cool is a completely selfish reason. I was able to channel my inner Ricki/Katie/Oprah talk show host skills. In my dream world I would have my own talk show and this was my first practice. You see, I warned you. Super selfish.
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