I had the pleasure of spending some time on Saturday afternoon with the beautiful bestselling author Beth Hoffman. I met Beth when she came through northeast Ohio (her old stomping grounds) on the Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt tour a few years ago and was charmed by her warmth and spirit. On Saturday she was just as inspiring. Beth told the story of how very close to dying she came and how she knew that something had to change. Cee Cee was born. Like most who read it, I loved Cee Cee and Beth became a bestselling author. Her latest book, Looking for Me, was a much more personal one for her. She considers Cee Cee her heart, but Teddi’s story her legacy. I think part of her legacy may also be how genuinely appreciative she is of her readers, and how great her hugs are 🙂 So if you ever get the chance to hear her speak, do it!!
(Once again I apologize about the quality of the photo. It seems I can only edit photos on this new computer some of the time. The other 90% of the time it ignores my requests. Have I mentioned lately how much I dislike pretty much everything about our new computer? I’ll come back and fix when it lets me.)
I was also able to meet Bonnie from Redlady’s Reading Room (we were the first ones there) and we were able to catch up after the signing. Considering that we live about 20 minutes apart we don’t see enough of each other. I didn’t get a picture of the three of us like I did at the last book signing, but you can hop over to Bonnie’s to see her picture with Beth.
I did get an extra copy of Looking for Me signed by Beth and will be giving it away at a later date.