Subscribe to my updates via email by entering your email address below:



Sponsors


more hey lady!


currently reading

  • Succubus Blues (Georgina Kincaid, Book 1)

  • Birds of Paradise: A Novel


We will always miss you:


Love this shirt:


Website development by:

Temptation Designs

Meta



search

recent posts

did you say that outloud?

cringe worthy

categories

Review of the LA Times Festival of Books, Part 1

This video is me, Natasha from Maw Books, and Amy from My Friend Amy just talking a little bit about the festival. Most of my recap of the LA Times Festival of Books will be in various videos, because I think my enthusiasm comes across better. 🙂 So more videos will be forthcoming this week!

| Tags: 21 comments »

21 Responses to “Review of the LA Times Festival of Books, Part 1”

  1. bethany (B&b ex libris)

    Awe, a trio of cuteness!

    [Reply]

  2. Meghan

    It looks like you got along great! It’s so nice to see a vlog of the three of you together!

    [Reply]

  3. Chris@bookarama

    Looks like you had fun!

    [Reply]

  4. Dawn - She Is Too Fond Of Books

    How fun! We’ll look forward to future installments 🙂

    I, too, love Thrity Umrigar’s writing. She was the first author I talked to on BCG’s interview shows (about a year ago?). Looking forward to THE WEIGHT OF HEAVEN.

    Thanks for sharing!

    [Reply]

  5. Ti

    Bravo! Well done! I’m glad you guys had fun with it and that we all got the chance to meet you. It was a hoot 🙂

    [Reply]

  6. lisamm

    Total cuteness!!

    [Reply]

  7. Kathy

    I watched this on Natasha’s blog and just loved it!

    [Reply]

  8. Julie P.

    Love your shirt!!!!! It looks like you guys had such a great time!

    [Reply]

  9. S, Krishna

    I LOVE THRITY UMRIGAR! (as you know) I have The Weight of Heaven on my shelf and hope to read it soon. I hope you enjoy it!

    [Reply]

  10. Jennsbookshelf

    I’m so glad you all got to meet! it sounds like you all had an amazing time!

    [Reply]

  11. Florinda

    I watched this over on Natasha’s blog – nice work, ladies! I’ll look forward to the next video, but for the record, I think you do just fine conveying your enthusiasm in writing too, Trish.

    I laughed at your comment about my looking just like my avatar – it’s cropped from a photo, so that would explain it. And thank you for not mentioning that the legs are quite short :-)!

    It was so much fun meeting you all, and I wish I could have stayed the whole weekend!

    [Reply]

  12. Literate Housewife

    How much fun! Hey, Trish, I can’t wait for your review of that book. It does sound wonderful. I wish that I could have been there with all of you. What a great, great time it would have been.

    [Reply]

  13. sarah pekkanen

    What a great shirt! Sounds like so much fun…

    [Reply]

  14. Tracy(bookroomreviews)

    You are all ADORABLE!! I’m so jealous and want to be there! FUN!! Trish, I love your shirt. Where did u get it?

    [Reply]

  15. Amy (Park-Avenue Princess)

    I LOVE IT!! I wish I could’ve gone!! And you are all SO adorable!! : )
    I’m kinda’ sad now that I didn’t get to go!! But I’m SO SO HAPPY to see you all!! Have a great time!!

    XOXO
    Amy
    Park-Avenue Princess!

    [Reply]

  16. softdrink

    As I said on Amy’s blog…you three are too cute for words!

    [Reply]

  17. Heather J.

    This is so much fun!!! Wish I was there, or you were here, or whatever … as long as we were in the same place. 🙂

    Anyone coming to MD or DC for the Baltimore Book Festival or the National Book Festival?!?!

    [Reply]

  18. Literary Feline

    I look forward to your upcoming videos about the festival, Trish. It was great meeting you this weekend. I’m so glad you were able to come down.

    [Reply]

  19. TexasRed

    Fantastic! This video (and all your enthusiasm) is so much fun to watch!

    [Reply]

  20. Serena (Savvy Verse & Wit)

    I love seeing you guys all together. Its great to see that bloggers are meeting each other in person.

    [Reply]

  21. Meg Waite Clayton

    Makes me wish I’d been there!

    [Reply]

Leave a Reply



Back to top