I’m taking a quick break from potty and booger posts (seriously, I need to change topics already) to announce that I’ve been invited to speak at the Virginia Festival of the Book in Charlottesville, Virginia on Sunday, March 24.
The discussion is called “Memoirs: Living on the Edge” and I’ll be appearing as part of a panel to include Judy Goldman (Losing My Sister), Sheila Hageman (Stripping Down) and Eric Nuzum (Giving Up the Ghost: A Story About Friendship, 80s Rock, a Lost Scrap of Paper and What it Means to be Haunted.)
I’m so honored and excited to meet and greet with these amazing authors. I cannot wait!
The Virginia Festival of the Book is a behemoth. It takes place all over town and spans nearly a week, but the memoir panel will be held at Barnes & Nobles (1035A Emmet Street in Barracks Road Shopping Center) and begins at 1:30 p.m.
If you love books and memoirs in particular, by all means, please stop by and say hi.