This n’ That Thursday

Whew! Our neighborhood seemed like kid central last night during trick or treat. I had to make two emergency candy runs–and we still ran out of candy at 8:30–which is 30 minutes before official curfew in our town. Even though we turned the lights off, kids were still banging on our doors hoping for more loot. My favorite costume was the teenager who wore a rubber pig mask, a bloody butcher’s apron and carried a giant plastic meat cleaver. Tomorrow I leave for five days of signings in the low country–Savannah, Mt. Pleasant and Beaufort S.C. and St. Simon’s Island. Please come and keep me company if you’re in the vicinity.
Also, Saturday, I’ll be at Seaside Sisters on Tybee Island, where I have my antique booth, signing books from 1-3 p.m. during our Holiday Open House. Y’all come see me. I’ve been doing some xtreme junking to get new stock for the booth–hit six estate sales last Saturday, which might be a new record.
Also, if you have access to ATLANTA MAGAZINE, check out the November issue. I have an essay about the cake plate my sister Susie and I found at an abandoned house, along with the recipe for my lemon cream cheese poundcake. This is the same cake I bake dozens of every December to send to all the New York folks who make my books possible.

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