Thursday, October 29, 2009

More Piccies

A couple are from the cruise and a couple are from my recent booksigning!

First we find Aunty posing like one of the sculptures in a plaza in La Paz. Unlike the sculptures, Aunty did not have sea shells replacing any part of her anatomy -- Thank Goodness!

This next piccie was taken by the DH, and when I tell you the time you'll know why HE was the one with the camera.

This is a shot of the El Faro lighthouse which sits atop an island at the entrance to the harbor in Mazatlan. If you strain your eyes, you can just make it out there on the tippy top.

This picture was taken slightly after sunrise. 'Nuff said.

Finally, here is Aunty wearing the special 'light up' tiara that my critique partner Cathy D. gave me. This was at my Oct. 3rd booksigning at a local Borders store in Roseville, CA with four other local romance authors: Donna Del Oro, Dee Brice, Joan Beth Ericson, and Jeannie Reusch .

We had a great time and sold a fair amount of books!


Helen said...

Love the photos and I am so glad you had fun at the book signing and sold lots of books they are in for some fantastic reading

Have Fun

Loucinda McGary aka Aunty Cindy said...

AWWW! Thanx BUNCHES, Helen!

Wish you could have been here to help me celebrate.


TerriOsburn said...

The pictures look great. And I knew that picture was going to be around sunrise. LOL!

I've been slacking on the blog visiting, but you'll be happy to hear I'm cranking along on my NaNo story. Almost 10K in 10 days puts me behind, but it's good for me! Even if I finish this month with 35 or 40K words, I'll be happy and further along than I've ever gotten.

So has the booksigning gig become old hat or is every one just as exciting as the last?

Loucinda McGary aka Aunty Cindy said...

YAY for YOU, TerriO!
10K words in 10 days?!?! If I write 10k in a month I'm doing good.

Keep up the great work, kiddo! I'm cheering for you.

And the booksignings are tons o fun, but only because of the other authors there with me. If I had to do it all alone, I don't think I'd like it.