Hello, hello! I just won’t shut up this week, but a lot of things have been going on lately that I’d like to share with you guys.
First of all, this past Saturday, I went to the DeKalb County Public Library in Decatur, GA for Leigh Bardugo’s King of Scars tour. This is the second time I’ve met Leigh, and she is just as gracious, beautiful, and funny as ever.
I had wanted to get there early to explore the library, especially when I learned it’s the most awarded library in the GA Pines system, but I’d taken the train to get there, and it was Super Bowl weekend in Atlanta, so things were both packed and a bit slow. But I got there in time to get in the signing line, get my copy of King of Scars, and go into the auditorium for the Q&A.
The room was small, the setting intimate, and it wasn’t long before Leigh came out, and everyone erupted in riotous cheering. There were even a few cosplayers, with an Inej cosplayer who was absolutely incredible, but I sadly didn’t get a picture. It’s always so awesome to see people support an author who truly deserves it.
The Q&A lasted for about 30 minutes, but it seemed to take no time at all as Leigh alternated asking questions from the audience with witchy humor and also drawing questions in a bucket people had written down because they were too shy to ask her (very cute).
Now, I’ll try to relay what was asked and her responses as best as I remember them. Keep in mind that I am paraphrasing, and this shouldn’t be considered an official interview or anything, but I thought people would like to know what was discussed.
Q: Can you tell us anything about the Grishaverse TV show on Netflix?
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