My display table was was a vision of ... of, amazingness. I know. It's not a word. But I'm not sure how else to describe what was delivered. My cake, created by local cake designer, Mary Hopkins, was indeed a sight to behold and a treat to taste. Despite its amazing appearance, we did eventually cut into the masterpiece worthy of a spot on Cake Boss. It was an edible replica of my I Kissed a Dog book cover. Fifty plus folks came out to celebrate my 48th birthday and release of I Kissed a Dog.
I signed books, hugged friends, ate food (too much), took photos, and hosted an awesome drawing giving one lucky winner a gift certificate for Mary's "cake making services," and another for a VISA gift card. After all, giving is more fun than receiving ... most of the time, right? I experienced both in abundance.
If you're wondering why there is another book at my I Kissed a Dog Book Release Party, it's because there is another book. Soul Defenders: The Black Orchids, which is in a completely different genre. This is the werewolf and vamp site, so if you'd like to learn more about the Soul Defenders series, you can check it out on Smashwords. Click Here for more about SOUL DEFENDERS
Thank you so much to everyone who attended, making this a night to remember, always.