Accounting is definitely more comfortable than sales ever would be. Makes me a little nervous when it comes times to sell my own books (and there will be a time, of that I’m confident). I guess I’ll just have to cross that bridge when I get there. At least I won’t have to face it alone. I have my husband, who is more than willing to help!
Tonight will be a late night for me. My daughter and I will be attending the midnight showing of “The Hunger Games”. Some people might think I’m crazy, that I’m a little too old to be pulling stuff like this. Well, maybe I am. But I love doing things with my daughter. Even if it means I won’t be getting much sleep. Sharing these experiences with her means more to me than that, anyway.
I just hope the movie is as good as the book. Maybe I should wear my shirt that states THE BOOK WAS BETTER, but then I may jinx it, so maybe not. And yes, I do have a shirt that states that. So does my daughter. I wore it to work (the old work – and it was Halloween) and not many people got it. They wanted to know WHAT book.
Ahhh, but when I wore that shirt to the FF&P conference, and there was an English Honors group at the hotel, too, THEY had no problem understanding it. One fella actually complimented me on it! It is one of my favorite T-shirts.
On my next post, I’ll let you know how I liked the movie. No review – I don’t do those. I’m always afraid I’ll give away too much. Heck, I feel the same way when I’m writing a scene and foreshadowing a future scene (have I told too much or have I just confused the reader? – that kind of thing).
It’s another warm day in the Dayton area, with rain in the forecast. I hope it holds off until I’m inside the theatre. At least I won’t be standing outside freezing (like we did for most of the Twilight midnight showings since 3 of the 4 were in November). It’s gonna be a fun night, tonight!