Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Booksigning on Wheels

As you know, this evening is the first Girls' Night Out sponsored by New Country Q103.1.

I'm happy that the word "snow" is no longer in the forecast! Yee haw!

So anyway, yesterday I spent a chunk of time packing my Booksigning on Wheels. This is a tapestry rolling case that was recently given to me (WOW!). To take its picture, I spread out my important booksigning stuff.

On top of the case are the gold tablecloth (sorry, it's nearly invisible) and lace overlay, and you see Bobby just below the lace. He's usually in charge of crowd control at my signings. Yep--he's small but mighty.

Leaning against the case on the right are my three book cover stands in bubble wrap, and The Blank Book. On the floor in front are Ladies of Legend: Finding Home and A Legendary Christmas. There is a big box of books inside the bag.

The basket on the right, and the white porcelain container at far left, are both containers I'll fill with goodies and give away at drawings at some signing, sometime. I won't take them with me tonight, but when the case comes home and becomes storage again, those things go back in.

Also in the front are post cards, bookmarks, business cards. Poking out of the front pocket is a big name card I got at the Barnes and Noble signing a couple of weeks ago.

Well, now you know about the Booksigning on Wheels. A word to the wise: if you see us coming your way, you might want to allow a wide berth until we come to a full and complete stop. I'm not used to driving it yet.



  1. Looks like you're all set and ready to go. Have a good time!

  2. OH, DEVON! I've started my new belly flat eating regimen (don't call it "diet"), and am off most caffeine. I fear I may sleep through the Girls' Night Out!

  3. Wow! I hope you have fun! I'm sure you'll do fine.
    If you fudge on your diet, we won't tell, promise...

  4. Cool! I'm interested to know how it goes.

  5. Jennifer and Jennifer, I didn't fudge on the new eating regimen, but WOW, doesn't fudge sound good?

    Sheryl and I had fun, met new people, and sold a few books. I think I'll blog about it today. Wonder how the pictures came out...