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How to Endure and Possibly Triumph Over the Adorable Tyrant
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Written by Alice Bradley and Eden Kennedy

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Book tour, day 3: farewell, Portland!

People came to our reading in Portland. No, they did. Behold! I am always secretly convinced no one will show up. Which is why I attempt to tongue-kiss every attendee. Look, I'm sorry. I get carried away, is all. This morning Eden and I drove to Seattle. Along the way we discussed ex-boyfriends, totem animals, and how stupid we were in high school. It got pretty deep. Tonight we read AGAIN. This is getting to be a real thing with us. Come to our reading if you're in town, Seattleites. Who can say what might happen? Thanks again to Blogher for sponsoring this leg of the tour!

Reader Comments (7)

Argh! I wanted to be there! I can't believe you were not only in Portland but even in Beaverton, where the parking is easier and where I actually live now, and I missed you!!! I have followed you for years when you were in New York and I was in Morocco. You're the only "big" mum blog I read. But, alas and alack, I had to work till 7:30. :( Pout!
Glad it went well. Hope you felt properly welcomed to the NW.
Also I want more deets on the book tour. Do you get to see the sites during the day, or are you too exhausted from having to meet people to do more than hide out in a hotel room and sample the local wines and beers?

April 6, 2011 | Unregistered Commenteredj

Whew! Book tour is exhausting! You're going to need a vacation ... why not enter Pigeon Forge's family vacation challenge? It's free:

April 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBobby Hughes

Aw, Amanda and Blythe! I love hanging out with those two ladies when I go to Portland. That's a pretty rad crowd, is what I'm sayin'.

April 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAngella

hey i know how that feels about always wondering - when we got our first reader that was not friend i wanted to track them down and thank them personally!!

April 8, 2011 | Unregistered Commentergetgoinggirly

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