I’m here in the Delaware Room of the Corbit-Calloway Library in Odessa, where I’m hosting the first of 4 write-ins (Wednesdays 10am to 1pm). The Delaware Room houses a collection of books about the Delmarva Peninsula, including maps and artwork. They’ve also got some locally made pottery on display, and the room is furnished with Delaware-made pieces: a beautiful hardwood table and a lovely secretary among them. There’s a fireplace with a marble front, and several windows, making it a well-lit and cheery room.

The only downside is the scarcity of electrical outlets, but I’ve got that covered–I brought the Extension Cord of Doom–a skull-covered drawstring bag that lives in the car containing a twenty-five foot flexible extension cord and five outlet power strip.

All I need know are some writers. Oh well–back to writing for me!