Yesterday I met up with lots of lovely YA book bloggers in Waterstone's Piccadilly. This little gathering was arranged by Jo at Once Upon a Bookcase. It was heaps of fun - man, I love talking to booky people. They're my very favourite kind of people. I got to meet some peeps I've been talking to online for a while, and some new folk who I'll no doubt be talking to a lot in future.
I bought some books even though I was under a strict book-buying ban. I just couldn't help myself... the excitement was infectious. The depth of YA knowledge in the group was IMPRESSIVE. Like some kind of YA dream team.
I left Waterstone's with renewed enthusiasm for books and writing and everything. I didn't even mind that I was going home to face The Neverending Proofread of Entangled.
So the moral of this story is... booky people RULE. Non-booky people: you have a lot to live up to.
Right... back to the proofread (and deleting yet more rogue 'justs').