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Apr. 27th, 2011 (UTC)

>I am often asked to speak at schools,
>but many booksellers, educators, and
>students have been surprised to realize
>that when I do, I barely talk about
>my books at all.

Is that true for presentations you give at public libraries, or other non-school venues? Writers are popular with kids and teens at my public library, but they don't tend to respond well to motivational-style presentations. They are more interested in the books they have read, what it's like to be a writer, how to get published, interesting tidbits about the characters, etc.


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