Fuse #8

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Mother Reader Interview

Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast (who shall now be referred to as 7-Imp on this site) have their newest blog interview up and running. This week it's everyone favorite MotherReader with proper props paid to her 48-hour book challenge, Edge of the Forest work, and the oh-so recent formation of BACA. Go view.

On a related note, Ms. Coughlan, the lady behind the site, is currently debating the merits of coming to New York for this Friday's Kidlit Drink Night. Please be so good as to go to her site so as to encourage her to visit the Big Apple. Group effort on this one, people. Let's see some hustle!

Re: The Kidlit Drink Night - Can I call it a literary salon (as shown below)?

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At 1:42 PM , Blogger MotherReader said...

Thanks for the pointer to my Very Special Interview.

As an update, it's looking pretty good for NYC!

My NYC friend is up for me staying both nights and her classwork is done, so she's free on Saturday. A reader wrote in about a direct DC-NYC bus that is super cheap (I can read on the bus as well as a train). And I'll probably get an escort back to the Village from another reader. I can drive back home with my brother, who coincidentally will be leaving Northern NJ on Sunday morning. It's all coming together.

Now, when's my tour of your library? Are you working Sat.?

 
At 3:11 PM , Blogger fusenumber8 said...

I AM working Saturday. How nicely this all plays out. Yes, anyone who wants to stop by on Saturday for "Noodle Tales" around 3:30 is more than welcome to do so. Failing that, I'll give you a tour. Had a bunch of Harper Collins people over the other day and they seemed to have a good time. Just let me know when you want to stop by. We're open 10 to 5 on Sats.

 
At 3:24 PM , Blogger MotherReader said...

Sign me up for Noodle Tales and the tour after.

(And then maybe a quick drink?)

 
At 7:25 PM , Blogger fusenumber8 said...

Let's see. This Saturday I've karaoke in Brooklyn. I think we could do a drink beforehand, though. Most definitely. Mind if me husband tags along?

 
At 10:07 PM , Blogger MotherReader said...

Of course not. But, did you say...karaoke? You might not be able to get rid of me.

 
At 10:03 AM , Blogger fusenumber8 said...

Hey, man. You are more than welcome to come. It's a great little place with a nice mix of locals and slumming Manhattanites. You will, however, have to deal with my goofy goofy friends.

 

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