Yes, the day has finally arrived. As you read this I’m off to the airport to use my passport for the very first time. I’m on an early morning flight to Chicago, but my flight to London doesn’t leave until about 7 p.m. Long day at the airport, but I’ll be reading and talking to people about books. My way of starting a trip.
I’ll be speaking at Oxford for the Authors Oxford Courses and then heading to London on Monday. Tuesday I get to tour Mills & Boons and meet with their authors. I’ll be heading up to Edinburgh for a day and yes again, I’ll be meeting an author. They’re everywhere!! I’m most excited about getting together with a reader who has become a friend on Facebook. Love to hear what readers over there have to say. Will it be the same as the US or do they have different compliments and complaints?
Be sure to stop by everyday to follow my adventures. I’ve even got my own videographer, a Brit named Mark. I feel so special.
What shouldn’t I miss in the UK?
Bottom Line: “England and America are two countries separated by the same language.” ~ George Bernard Shaw