Hey, y’all! Big doings coming up this weekend! 😀 The Generation Rising team and I are preparing to have another booth at the AFHE homeschool convention. Last year was a ton of fun, so we’re very excited to do it again! (We might get better pictures this time too…) 😉
Tanner Froreich shared pictures of the Grand Canyon, himself riding a dinosaur, and his excitement over the convention. He’ll be bringing his Christian superhero novel The Blue Blur: A Mission Given again this year.
Paul Willis is our website guy, business card and banner guy, and a college student, but he still managed to crank out a second edition of his dystopian novel Crossroads. He’s been too busy to blog, but you should check out his site anyway. 😉
We also have three other authors who are unable to make it this year, but you can find out more about them on our website. 😉
I’ve been doing some getting ready myself. 😉 Attending group meetings, ordering and receiving stock, and helping mock up the table.
A Generation Rising meeting. That’s about as normal as it gets…
A HUGE box
Ooo, look what’s inside!
30 copies of my new novel!! It was amazing and slightly overwhelming to see so many of my books in one place. It’s the longest book I’ve ever written and the most stock I’ve ever bought at one time. 😉
All my book boxes ready to go! 😉
Our Generation Rising booth will be very fun, and it’s super exciting, but there’s another booth I can’t wait to see as well.
My sister Perry Elisabeth and another local author, Rebekah Jones, are running a booth called Ink and Endsheets. They’re gonna sell their books and short stories, as well as books by a couple other authors, AND tools for writers. It’s gonna be so. amazingly. fantastically. cool. 😀
These basic planners are just waiting for customers to pick a cover and take them home. 😉 They’re so customizable, I like to think of them like Subway sandwiches. 😛
Short stories. ❤ ❤
The convention is just a couple days away! We’d love your prayers for safety and success.
It’s gonna be amazing. 😀