The first annual Hill Country Book Festival was Oct. 11 at the Georgetown Public Library in Georgetown, Texas. Participating authors/illustrators included Liz Garton Scanlon, Cynthia and Greg Leitich Smith, Don Tate, P. J. Hoover, and Deborah Frontiera.
First up, we have my husband and sometimes co-author, Greg Leitich Smith, entering the library. Gorgeous, isn’t it? (I’m talking about the library this time).
Illustrator Don Tate reads his wonderful picture book Black All Around, written by Patricia Hubbell (Lee & Low, 2003). Read a Cynsations interview with Don. Note: you can also find Don at The Brown Bookshelf!
And here’s Don again with debut author P.J. Hoover, who will launch her first novel, The Forgotten Worlds Book 1: The Emerald Tablet (Blooming Tree/CBAY Books, 2008) at 4 p.m. Oct. 26 at BookPeople in Austin.