No one tells you how to act when you meet an actor.
I met so many it was frightening.
Honestly, is there really a right way?
First time I met an actor he was sick, coughing, and basically just autographed something and his publicist signaled me away.
Second time I downright almost died. A Welsh accent is honestly beautiful (to me, duh!). Is it unique to have a conversation with an actor that's so intriguing and enthralling he forgot to sign the picture until your friend mentioned the time, and then he called you sweetie?
I have pictures.
Way too many.
I also have video footage.
I'll be posting up the best pictures soon enough, but for now I have video footage of Twilight and Push up on youtube.
So, where have I been, you may ask. Well, I've been busy writing, talking to my boyfriend (eek, I know), watching movies (Have you SEEN The Incredible Hulk?!), and writing.
I've also been getting jazzed up about going to see the Twilight cast at Comic Con!
O-M-G, I know. It took two whole months to influence Mr. Father Man to even THINK about going, and now we're booking hotel rooms, buying the badges online, looking at different airlines for the best flight price. It's really happening.
And here I thought that finishing a novel was exciting.
Okay, yes, that was quite thrilling. But meeting actors and one of your favorite authors?
Pinch me, I'm dreaming.
Definitely can't wait for July 24th. I even might meet "Dwight Schrute" from The Office, and people from Heroes and Doctor Who.
I'll be sure to get loads of pictures and post as many as I can on here after the fact.
Oh, that reminds me, I now am vlogging. Still have no idea what "vlogging" really and truly is, but apparently I'm doing it.
Yes, so if you want to keep updated on anything and everything...
I added the link to the links on the right of my posts...
P.S. I got ANOTHER idea and am now working on my fifth novel (yikes, I'm dying of too many ideas. Please give me a clone pronto! Or at least a watch that can stop time). This one is awkward to discuss, as my characters seem to gain minds of their own, and this one in particular can't stop thinking about a certain someone I'm not liking him thinking about. It's about a secret agency, sort of like M.I.B., only with less comedy and more Hellboy moments.
Oh, and if you know someone who is in the mood for a good read, want to give them the link to my fictionpress account? You're a doll (or, err, whatever you call a man... O_O)