back from Bouchercon

This is just a brief “we’re back” note, more to come. Our flight from San Francisco to Orange County was delayed, apparently because planes to/from other places in the midwest were held up by weather – it was only a light sprinkle in SF – and we got home about 2 hours later than expected. Still tired, I’ll try to get a New Arrivals post out later, after I do cover scans, and also a Bouchercon report of some sort. For now it’s enough to say it was a pretty good conference, we had a good time, and for the most part the weather was good. Had a chance to see and chat with many only-see-at-these-things friends, bought only a very few books.

Now back to packing for the move that’s only about 3 weeks away…

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Enjoying life in Portland, OR
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4 Responses to back from Bouchercon

  1. Jeff Meyerson says:

    Now the nightmare resumes – moving.

    Glad you had a good time and I’ll be interested in seeing how many books (and which ones) you came home with.

    Did they have the usual freebie giveaway of books you (mostly) don’t want?

    Not only didn’t I get any new books in this week (and sent a few out) but I’m returning almost all the library books I have on hand today (except the Graham Greene collected stories – only halfway through it) so I can read my own books for a change.

  2. Evan Lewis says:

    I look forward to all the B’con dirt that’s fit to print.

  3. Richard says:

    Not much dirt, yes to the books part, though most of the things in our books bags were things I’ll probably keep, my reading tastes being pretty wide. We only bought about 6 or 7 things, mostly by authors we got to sign them.

  4. Bill Crider says:

    We’re back now, too. Good luck with that packing and moving! Great to see you two at Bouchercon.

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