Romancing The Capital

The wonderful and Amazing Eve in the flesh! She is a Freakin Flower 🙂 I am not kidding when I say, I own ALL her books.. DSCN5421DSCN5419 Ok, anyone who has been reading know, I love books and if you remember my bucket list for 2015 DSCN5415 There were 50 awesome amazing writers, the book signing was crazy and fun, the speed date event was so fun but way to fast! Romancing the Capital 2015 was a smashing success! DSCN5373 Some of the fun .. and yes, I am now the proud owner of a cleavage bunny lol DSCN5410 (3) This was my outfit for the Friday night dress up event, another great photo with a Fab Writer.. S. E. Smith  I have a great photo with Ashlyn Chase that I will add, we took it on her phone and she is still traveling but will share when I get it. DSCN5422 (3) And we all still know how to boogie! These photos not mine, as I am up dancing in them.. can you spot me in them.. 11160665_10153279383387028_8306674168624066172_n 11150175_10153279382977028_7088745277398081908_n  

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12 Responses to Romancing The Capital

  1. calliek says:

    Looks like you had a blast!

  2. Sheri says:

    And a fun time was had by all!

    • I think that 98 percent had a total blast and as it was first time for a lot of folks, that 2 to 5 percent that found it overwhelming will not be back.. The rest, I swear ware lining up to buy tickets for next years event.. LOL

  3. Deb Weyrich-Cody says:

    Wasn’t that a party?!
    Love your green velvet: )
    That is a LOT of swag!
    (What’s a cleavage bunny?)

  4. Had such a wonderful time partying with you. Can’t wait to do it again next year!

  5. Reece Butler says:

    It was great to share Saturday night’s dinner with you at RTC 2015! Looking forward to hearing more about historical cooking. This is the 16th century Scottish dish that I made while researching for my series — pork (or veal) flory “Also called Florentine pie, this dish has a story that traces its origins from Italy, through France, and into Scotland”. here’s the link — http://www.thetribeonline.com/2014/02/celebrating-600-and-1-years-of-scottish-cuisine-16th-century-cooking/

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