Last week, Jason and I took an unforgettable trip to Berlin to celebrate the 175th anniversary of my publisher’s parent company, Bertelsmann.
The week was packed with meetings, parties, photo shoots, and one very fancy gala at the Konzerthaus. It was the place to be in Berlin that night and everyone from Chancellor Merkel to Leona Lewis was there.
It was my first time in Germany, and I loved it–especially getting to hang with my fantastic new writer pals, Christopher Paolini, Markus Zusak, and John Stephens (whose first book The Emerald Atlas is going to rock the world next year).
And on the way home from Germany, we got to stop in Dallas to celebrate my mom’s 60th birthday.
It was a great kick off to my season of travel this fall and now I’m so excited to hit the road next week for TOuRMENT.