I can't think of better company than a lively group readers. Thanks for the smart and witty comments, beautiful pictures, and funny answers.
I'm grateful to each of you for coming out to play Tuesday night.
And because some of us require closure (your humble scribe included) the trivia answers are posted below.
See you at the next Raleigh Parteigh!
What did I do for work before I was an author? Newspaper and magazine reporter (also worked as a farm hand and bartender)
How many books are there in the Raleigh Harmon series? Five, counting next year's release, "The Stars Shine Bright."
How many daughters do I have? NONE! I have sons.
Do you think I have a subscription to Scientific American? Nope. And if you read the blog, you'll see why....
Now, for those of you who have read The Mountains Bow Down – here’s a few questions about the book:
Geert Van Broek is head of ship security. What country is he from? Holland. Bonus question: What agency trained him in law enforcement? Royal Marechaussee
How does Special Agent Jack Stephanson get to Alaska? He flies his plane.
What is a phillumenist? Someone who collects matchbooks. Bonus: Why does that word have two Ls? Because one root of the word comes from Greek (phila) and one root comes from Latin (luma).
Where does Raleigh's mom always go to find peace for her troubled mind? Church or chapel -- God's house.
What is the name of Aunt Charlotte's New Age store? Seattle Stones.
DeMott Fielding's family has lived on the same Virginia estate since the early 1700s. What is the name of that property? Weyanoke. BONUS: Can you name two of DeMott's family members? MacKenna and Jillian are his sisters. Harrison is his father. And Peery is his mother.