On-the-ground posting

Yet again I’m remembering how much fun NYC’s own special brand of energy can be. Not to mention always being about two steps away from pretty good food. There’s something to be said for a city where one finds french onion matzoh ball soup and eggs hollandaise with lox on menus.

It’s interesting to be here after being in Basel this fall, too. New York is so clearly both a much older city than those in the western U.S., and a much younger city than those in Europe.

More Bones linky:

Knuffle Bunny likes Bones. (From lucy_anne, whose presence in NYC is another Good Thing about the city, and with whom I had a long discussion of whether Knuffle Bunny was old enough to read Bones. But we decided that if he isn’t ready for it, he’ll just stop reading, because everyone knows stuffed animals are pretty good at self-censoring.)

I’m guest blogging over at Five Awesome YA Fans this month, where Bones is the book of the month. Come visit! And while you’re there, check out the FAYAF videos, too, each of which mentions at least one wonderful YA book.

I’ll be reading from and signing Bones at the Greenwich Village B&N tomorrow:

Tuesday, February 3, 7:30 p.m.
Barnes and Noble Greenwich Village
396 Avenue of the Americas at 8th Street

Hope to see some of you there!

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