Saylor's Goodreads Bookshelf

Saylor's books

Animal Farm
Where the Sidewalk Ends
The Great Gatsby
To Kill a Mockingbird
The Catcher in the Rye
Of Mice and Men
The Alchemist
Slaughterhouse-Five
Me Talk Pretty One Day
Lord of the Flies
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Little Women
Frankenstein
A Tale of Two Cities
The Count of Monte Cristo
Les Misérables
Moby-Dick or, The Whale
The Joy Luck Club
Middlesex
The Memory Keeper's Daughter


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Monday, April 2, 2012

Breakfast and Trivia at LCC 2012

You'll have to excuse me for not blogging on sunday about saturday's convention activities...I was asleep.   Actually, long story short after 3 bites of my Saturday night dinner I was alerted to mushrooms in the dish and...massive headache...food allergies...I'm fine. Back to Saturday's convention activities this was the morning breakfast trivia crowd:
The trivia was led by Robin Burcell and James Rollins:

And they handed out free copies of James latest book, The Devil Colony.
But the key thing to remember here is I sat at a table where this guy, Al, was also seated.  Which was strange because I had breakfast with Al the morning before.  What's the likelihood, out of over 200 people, sitting next to someone twice? It was great though because we had a conversation about publishing and e-books, etc.  It made me wonder who this guy was?  And why do I keep running into him?
Which leads us to the first panel of the day Anglophilia, led by Jacqueline Winspear.
Left to Right:  Rhys Bowen, Michael Kurland, Catriona McPherson, Carola Dunn.

The only person here whose work I'm embarrassed to say I wasn't familiar with was Catriona.  I have remedied that situation now and I have a feeling this lass is going to be a breakout author in the near future.


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