I'm off to the Aloha Chapter meeting today! We meet from 10-12 on the first Saturday of the month at the Aina Haina Library. Today, chapter member, author, and librarian Dee Buckingham (if that wasn't enough stuff, she's a sweetie to boot!) is giving a talk about research. How to do it, how not to do it, where to find it, etc. I'm looking forward to this because when I asked Dee a question once, she sent me about twenty links. 🙂 Sounds as easy as Google, right? Nope, it was more complicated and involved library databases.
Anyway, here's a recent pic of Dee signing her new release, POISONED PALMS, a mystery about the murder of Mrs. Jane Lathrop Stanford. Naturally, Dee based this story on an interesting bit of research that just wouldn't leave her alone.
L to R: Bonnie Kuchler, Dee Buckingham, Alison Anteau (Barnes and Noble Community Relations Manager), and Lynn Raye Harris
Hang on, it is still Friday. Did you find a way to post backward in time? Do you realize the potential?!
Hey, speaking of that, what am I preaching on Sunday?
And yeah, research is an amazing thing. I love it, but it is part art and part science. That was one of the best part of writing papers in seminary.
What are you still doing awake!? Gracious me, all that partying over at the vicarage.
I can warp Time. Didn’t you know? 🙂
You aren’t preaching Sunday. We’re going to all sleep in and meet for brunch around noon, at which time you will read to us for approximately 3 minutes. We will have coffee and waffles with syrup and be happy. Trust me. 🙂
I was wondering how you were posting so early. Sci Fi Babe 😉