Comments: The Perfect Signing AND The 2005 AIM BALL World Championship Charity Tourney to Benefit Imperiled Inchworms

1. Well this is one of those weird synchronicity things, because I have had thoughts running through my head all morning about how much difference, if any, cover and title make to a book's success. I was thinking about blogging about it this afternoon (and still may) and there you are talking about this very thing. One of us is obviously psychic.

2. Where can one buy an official Svetlana Muppineska t-shirt or tote bag?

Posted by DebR at April 17, 2005 2:03 PM

OOps...I meant Svetlinka of course. I grovel in most abject abjectivity.

Posted by DebR at April 17, 2005 2:05 PM

I love everything about Aim Ball. I want to be Peppy O'Malley.

Posted by Amy at April 18, 2005 10:37 AM

I am glad Montgomery loved on you. I have never even heard of that bookstore. We actually lived about 25 minutes outside of Montgomery, so I did very little exploring there. I spent my class breaks in BAM, b/c it was across the street from AUM.

Tiff called yesterday to discuss going to your signing. :) So, can we totally hold up the line for lots of Momwriter pictures and salivating over your awesome shoes?

Posted by Heather at April 18, 2005 4:12 PM

I have read all three of the Clare Fergusson mysteries and absolutely loved them. Wonderful recommendation from what sounds like a kickass bookstore.

My only complaint is that every time I see the title of the first book, the version of "In the Bleak Midwinter" that immediately earworms me is the Chrissie Hynde/Richard Thompson one from the Blind Boys of Alabama's "Go Tell it on the Mountain". Great rendition, but waaaaay outta season for April on the coast of Carolina.

Posted by terrilynn at April 23, 2005 9:21 PM