I am pretty sure I stole that title from somewhere: maybe a school reader. It has that annoying, alliterative ring to it.
After an enjoyable launch day in my home community, I set out for Berne, Indiana, to kick off a two-week book tour and to sell books.
Fellow Wisconsinites, encountered in Berne.
Richard and Stella, a delightful couple traveling through Berne. We stayed at the same motel.
From Berne I traveled to Pittsburgh, where I enjoyed new sights, beautiful old buildings, and new friends stepping closer to being old ones.
JR, Paramees, Darren, and Darshen. They gave me a tour of Pittsburgh.
Sarah and J, who very graciously hosted me during my stay in Pittsburgh.
Monday evening, I spoke in the fellowship hall of the Westminster Presbyterian Church. I found the experience both scary and thrilling. Mindblowingly, (yes, that’s a word, she lied) I enjoy public speaking. This is contrary to every instinct on the subject I ever held several years ago.
The Q and A session at the end was most enjoyable. They had lots of questions, AND I got to answer them however I wanted. (evil chuckle inserted here) When has anyone ever paid that much attention to my knowledge before?
Without Sarah, there would have been no book event in Pittsburgh. Thank you, Sarah!
I am driving to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, tomorrow. I am excited to spend time with old friends while I am there, and looking forward to several opportunities to make new ones. God is working out the details of this trip in amazing ways.
I may also do a book signing or book selling event while I am in Lancaster, if I am able to work out the details. If you are in the Lancaster area and would be interested in coming to something like that, do let me know. And check back on this blog in the next couple of days for updates.
You’ll find me on the road.