Anyways, yesterday was a JLA event for her newest release, The Problem With Forever, and it was so awesome that she had a tour stop in Philly since it's been a couple months since I last saw her. I brought the hubs along with me and a few of my friends who are also booklovers showed up, so it was a great event all around.
I was with Jen earlier before the event and helped her get all the pre-orders signed.
Of course, I had to get my picture in with Jen before the craziness of the event.
We had an okay crowd, size-wise, with about 40-50 readers attending. It's always nice to see JLA fans and see just how many of her books they bring along with them. There was this one group of teen girls with a ton of books and I adored them because they were so cute.
And I was totally amused when Sarah J Maas showed up and was fangirling as she got her copy of TPWF signed. I love that girl so much!
It was so great seeing some of my bookish friends again and I got to meet Cindy's adorable baby who totally loved me!
I tried to tweet as much as I could during the event. I wanted to Periscope the event, but my phone was dying.
Jen has read the screenplay for #ObsidianMovie & she's happy with it so far! 😱😱😱— Vi (like the letter) (@Vi3tbabe) May 22, 2016
Jen tried to keep the spine cover font of #everylastbreath as Times New Roman, but it was deemed "too PRN"— Vi (like the letter) (@Vi3tbabe) May 22, 2016
...for a PRN book. 😒😑😠
.@JLArmentrout fave character is all time that she created is Tink from her Wicked series.— Vi (like the letter) (@Vi3tbabe) May 22, 2016
JLA originally wanted to work in the behavioral science field of the FBI & she majored in psychology in college. #tpwf— Vi (like the letter) (@Vi3tbabe) May 22, 2016
The Possibility of Tomorrow was supposed to be about Ainsley and diagnosis of RP, but with the complexity of vision loss & the fact that— Vi (like the letter) (@Vi3tbabe) May 22, 2016
The topic hits too close to home, Jen decided that won't be what the book will about...😢 #jla— Vi (like the letter) (@Vi3tbabe) May 22, 2016
The cover of #theproblemwithforever took over 6 months to complete/become approved & B&N had approval rights.— Vi (like the letter) (@Vi3tbabe) May 22, 2016
I really enjoyed this event not because there were a few things I learned about JLA that I didn't know before. That's always cool! I'm so sad that I don't know when the next time will be when I see her. I hope I'll see her at least once more before the end of the year.