So Per Bastet Publications represented at Imaginarium 2021. We didn’t miss last year, because the convention was held online. This year, it was online AND in person. Sara Marian did a couple of online panels, but T and I were strictly be there or be square.
This house was somewhere along the way.
Not a door, but I had to show you the view from our window.
This was our set-up, right inside the DOORS.
We didn’t publish all these books; a few of them were self-published by a friend who couldn’t be there, so we represented for her.
Now some doors.
I guess the hotel was short-staffed, because food was buffet only. You had to buy a meal ticket at the registration desk in order to get in, even if all you wanted was a cup of coffee. (No, T didn’t. She just planted her fancy dragon-head Vietnamese cane and defied them. She got in and had coffee.) We were amazed that she managed, because the door was guarded by a Babushka. Sara went to St. Petersburg (Russia, not Florida) one summer, and she said Babushkas guarded everything. Babushkas are old women, and she said they were grumpy and implacable.
And a light for Joey.
More next week.
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A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Write about a suspicious stain in or just outside a room.