Maria V Snyder and Gena Showalter at the Harlequin YA signing. It was a mob scene, as I don't think they were expecting that many people! Thought the ladies behind me were going to start a fight, as they kept complaining about line jumpers to the poor PR guy. Yikes!
Rachel Vincent at the Harlequin YA signing. Love her!
Gena Showalter during the Harlequin YA signing. Isn't she gorgeous?
Rachel Vincent and Artist Arthur at the Harlequin YA signing. I heard later that all of the authors ran out of books, so guess it was a good thing that I got there early!
Loved the main steps! Saw Vlad Tod bags everywhere as well!
Heather Brewer, the author of the Vlad Tod books. Love the purple highlights in her hair!
Someone called the autographing lines "cattle chutes." That's what they felt like! And the whole area was so crowded and so hot that I'm surprised no one fainted!
The lovely Lauren Oliver! Look at all of those gorgeous books! *drool*
Lauren Oliver. So nice!
Gena Showalter at the autographing tables. Got a total of 3 books from her! Felt like I was stalking her, but so worth it!
Is this woman kidding? My feet hurt just looking at those shoes! :o
The suitcase and coat check area. My suitcase was one of the smaller ones, and I'm SO glad I listened when it was recommended to bring at least one suitcase, as I filled it both days!
Laura Anne Gilman at the Harlequin Paranormal signing. Think they learned their lesson from earlier, and this signing went much, much smoother!
Rachel Vincent at the Harlequin Paranormal signing. Her line was too long, so I didn't get an autographed copy of Shift. :(
Jeri Smith-Ready! She is incredibly nice and I was so excited to meet her, that I think I may have babbled a little! *L*
The BEA welcome sign outside the Javits Center.
Wish I had remembered that I had my camera on me and had taken more pictures, but at least I got a few! Looking forward to seeing everyone else's BEA pictures and reading about their adventures. The Javits Center was huge and I know that I missed a lot, but I loved BEA!