The Kentuckiana Authors had us another Book Blitz on Spring Street in Jeffersonville, Indiana. We were again at 300 Spring, pretty much at the Indiana end of the walking bridge that spans the Ohio River from Louisville to Indiana. I didn’t get a picture of the bridge. I was busy
drinking eating selling books. Maybe next year.
Here’s the front door, for use by the patrons.
And the back door, for use by us vendors. Light fixture porn for Joey.
Down the street one way is Horner Novelty, a party supplies store. They carry costumes of all sorts, paper products, gift bag toys, decorations, and so on, for any reasonable occasion. I’m sorry to say they appear always heavy on the Halloweeny stuff. “Sorry” because I detest the gruesome and the stereotyping of witches. That puts me pretty much on the wrong side of Halloween.
ANYWAY, they have nice frontage.
And we were on the same page as to my browsing their aisles.
A fine time was had by all. Oh, yeah, and we sold some books, too.
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A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Write about a Yeti.