We went to New Albany, Indiana for a book signing — not mine — and ate at a little joint called Seeds and Greens Natural Market And Deli. They were very earnest. They were also very slow. They were also very good. So.
I love this classy-sassy door, with the green-painted bricks, the dark green wood, the orange trim, and the gold letters. It was very inviting. Inside were shelves of … well … natural market and deli items. I don’t think I bought anything, since we were going to be at the signing for a couple of hours.
And these arches (I count doorWAYS as doors, you know) leading to where we sat. That blondie is Andrea, the author of the day.
The signing was super, although attendance was much lower than I thought it should have been. Andrea Gilbey is a multi-talented woman, who came all the way from England, mostly to visit a friend, but still.
The book she was talking about was BOTTLETOPS FOR BATTLESHIPS, which I reviewed here previously. Here she is, holding up a picture of her “Mum,” whose stories about growing up during WWII inspired the book.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character is in a place with more doors than they know what to do with.