Drive By Videos From RWA

Barbara Vey -- July 6th, 2011

Here’s a few videos from RWA and there are a couple more to come.  I did Drive By Videos of Meg Cabot, Diana Gabaldon (had trouble pronouncing her name…duh!) at the Literacy Signing and Kate Pearce, who was supposed to be interviewed at RT but I had a problem with the video camera (really a problem with the camera operator).  Thanks for being so patient Kate!


Bottom Line:  Just a heads up, tomorrow is Chocolate Day, so you have time to stock up and celebrate right.

16 thoughts on “Drive By Videos From RWA

  1. Marilyn Baron


    I loved your videos today, especially the interview with Diana Gabaldon, one of my favorite authors. Thanks.

  2. Paula R.

    Hi Barbara, love the drive by videos. I never pronounce Diana’s last name correctly either. Now that she said it, hopefully I can remember the emphasis is on the last syllable of her name…lol!!! It was great meeting you at Nationals last week…it seems so long ago.

    Peace and love,
    Paula R.

  3. Stephanie

    I LOVE Diana’s books! I have been very fortunate to have seen her in person a number of times and she makes me laugh every time. Jamie and Clare are wonderful characters and no matter how many times I have read the books, they come alive in new ways each time. I can’t tell you how many times I have hand sold this series!

    The new book is beautiful and I admit – when it came in the door receiving brought it to me and said “Do you want to see this?” and of course it never made it to the floor!

    I have recently been turned on to Meg’s books and find them captivating as well. I look forward to reading Overbite – I recently read Abandon and really enjoyed it!

  4. Pingback: What do Meg Cabot, Diana Gabaldon and I have in common? | Kate Pearce


    Thank you for the good writeup. It in reality was a leisure account it. Glance advanced to far added agreeable from you! However, how could we keep in touch?


    Some truly great info , Gladiola I noticed this. “If you don’t make mistakes, you aren’t really trying.” by Coleman Hawking.

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