If there is someone keeping a little scorecard on us, here on earth, I think I should get a gold star for today. I went five hours at the Public Library Association and, except for two bathroom breaks and one gobbled bratwurst, was in constant motion, either speaking (on a panel with T. Jefferson Parker, C. J. Box, Linwood Barclay and Karen Rose, then in an interview for the virtual conference) or signing books. Happily, let me emphasize, always happily. In fact, I only broke away because I had a telephone interview scheduled. Yes, the books were free, but I am still amazed that people want them.
So, the interview should happen any minute, then a signing tonight in St. Paul.