. . . they love their Kendra Kandlestar. Yes, I’m in the rhubarb capital of the world, otherwise known as Sumner, Washington, where I am currently enjoying brisk but sunny weather.
I had a wonderful time at the Good Book Cafe, celebrating The Crack in Kazah with many wonderful readers, young and old alike. As you can see, many young fans sported some wonderful braids. I also brought my Een Museum, full of such wonderful artifacts as a peryton feather, Kazah stone, and buttons from Kendra cloak. Many of the visitors were thrilled to explore (thank Een—it wasn’t easy to track down all of these artifacts).
Famously, it’s at this store where book aficionado Paige dances through the aisles showing off her Oki tattoo. So, of course, this store made the perfect spot for me to officially celebrate the new Kendra book in the US. If you’re ever in the neighbourhood, go check out this wonderful bookstore (and, of course, Paige’s tattoo!).