This weekend...

I will be in Atlanta! At the Decatur Book Festival and Dragon*Con! And I am excited beyond reason. I've been to Decatur once before, before my book even came out, as a panting fangirl in a horde of panting fangirls just excited to be able to listen to authors I admired say smart things on panels. I expect this year to be no different, except for the fact that I am on a panel myself. I can't promise to say smart things, however. I am also on panels at Dragon*Con which, by the way, will be my first con ever. And as I believe I mentioned before several times, I will be cosplaying. If you're going to be in Atlanta this weekend, you should be there to see it. It wouldn't be the same without you.

This is where you can find me:

Friday, 8/30, 1:00PM (Marriott - A707): A Dragon*Con panel about Shadowhunters and Downworlders, discussing the first installment of one of my favorite YA series, City of Bones, with Diana Peterfreund and others. If The Mortal Instruments is your bag, then this is your panel. Expect me to discuss Simon Lewis at length.

Saturday, 8/31, 1:00PM (Decatur Book Festival, Teen Stage): A Decatur panel with Myra McEntire and Lauren Miller called, "Well, how did I get here?" The description says, "Three YA authors will explore the time dimension in a moderated panel discussion." Confession: I don't really know what that means, but I'll either figure it out before Saturday or I will impress you with my extensive knowledge of early '90s rap lyrics. Either way, it's going to be interesting, and you should totally come.

Saturday, 8/31, 10:00PM (Marriott-A707). Another Dragon*Con panel! A late one! If you want to hear me talk about "murder and mayhem and the end of the world" with Sherrilyn Kenyon, Jonathan Mayberry, Sonia Gensler, and Victoria Schwab--and why wouldn't you?--then you can listen to us do exactly that at the Dark Themes in YA panel. There's no way this isn't going to be a good time because murder and mayhem and the end of the world are pretty much my favorite subjects.

And finally, a public service announcement: If you want a signed copy of The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer or The Evolution of Mara Dyer (or both!), then Little Shop of Stories is the place to get them. 

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