Being greeted at the O'Hare airport. Not quite the same as seeing my name in lights, but it's a start.
In-laws made this for me. Makes the coffee taste better.
A shot of the dinner reception at the Levy Trade show. Trisha Yearwood was the keynote speaker.
Seeing my books as ARCs for the very first time. Yes, it was love at first sight.
This is my Dad. This is my Dad's accordion. There is no sound lonelier than that of accordion music echoing down an empty hotel hallway.
Um . . . me with (goodness, shakes, sweats, wow!) Elmore Leonard.
My editor on the left. My agent to his right. I treasure them. I really do.
Okay . . . closer to seeing my name in lights.
Page proofs for Delirious.
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