On February 10th, I am excited to be a part of the West High Music Supporters’ Book Fair. As a West High graduate and a staunch supporter and lover of music, this event is the perfect fit for me! Things have been going very well with the book lately. Thank you everyone for buying and reading my book. And thank you to those of you who have been kind enough to post reviews of it. I am hoping to make 2011 the year of Train of Consequences!
I am pleased to announce that I will be at Barnes & Noble in Manchester, NH on Sunday, December 19th from 2:00 to 4:00 for a book signing. Stop by and say hello! Be sure to bring you book, so I can sign it for you. Don’t have the book yet? B&N will have plenty on-hand that day for the event. Hope to see you all there!
The title, Train of Consequences, stems from the underlying theme of the book; that, similar to the train of thought, consequences are connected to one another. Any action taken leads to a set of consequences, and any action taken to deal with those consequences, spawns a whole new set, and so on. In the book, there is a particular conversation (which takes place in a train yard), where an individual makes this observation. Additionally, during their travels, Shelton and Richie meet up with an old hobo named, Dusty, who teaches them the ways of the road. One of the things that he teaches them is train hopping. This lesson is an adventure in and of itself!