by Mark Haskell Smith
That's what we call the last shot of the day in Hollywood, once it's in the can you can kick back and have a cold one. So right now you can start icing the vodka (Grey Goose, if you must know), whispering the word "vermouth" over the shaker (that's Luis Bunuel's method), and cracking open a jar of olives because this is the last post I'm posting on the Book Passage Mystery Writer's Conference of 2007.
I don't know about you all, but I had fun. Met some cool people, may have acquired a stalker, and got to hangout with my Norcal (somebody say "Hella!") writer pals, and work with some of the best booksellers in the biz. Am I sucking up to Elaine and Karen? You betcha!
Thanks again for bringing the fun and remember what Turk Henry (protagonist of "SALTY" a Book Sense Notable Book for July) would say...