Diana Gabaldon and I at the Strawberry Hill Chapters in Surrey: a gala fund raiser for the Surrey International Writers’ Conference. This was a nice opportunity to chat a bit with her, as I visited with all of the other authors, waiting until the crowds were gone to speak to her. Since we’ve been corresponding for a few months, she knew who I was and was very welcoming.
Now to get a good night’s sleep before falling off the deep end into the conference!
PS. You can’t see them, but there are new Fluevogs on my feet after a pilgrimage to the Gastown Fluevog HQ… 🙂 (It’s been a very happy day celebrating my addictions).
PS2. I didn’t even hyper-ventilate when I met her, although coming home I wondered if I was having a heart attack. After determining I simply did not have TIME to fit in a heart attack this weekend, I decided it was the Thai chicken wrap I had for dinner. 🙂
PS3. This trip was partially to help me prepare psychologically for my Blue Pencil session two days later. You might be interested in reading the post Diana Gabaldon Said To Me as well
PS4. I was also amused to meet Diana’s son Sam Sykes, who wasn’t an official author at this event. He’s amusing.