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So I went to a book signing today (for a book called Veins by Lawrence Connolly) I was one of only three people who had read the book yet, the other two both worked for the publisher - one was the books editor.  I had some questions that I wanted to ask - all of them spolery. 

question 1 (someone else asked this) so did you see it as fate or - um - something else.  (the author basicly said he didn't like the term fate) and I jumped in with "Well -he just kinda had to be at - well you know where he was at the end - right?"  (the author was like "right - and I like the way you put that")

My questions:

You know er- that thing with the car?  So it ended up the way it was described in the begining?  Right? (he had read a discription of the car after it was restored) he - um - left it the way he found it? Right?


You know where he was at the end? Well just before he got there he said he had to do something? Was that - like the thing in the first line?


Ok so if the next book picks up - you know that place he ends up?

- we get to know about that person that he talks to just before he ends up where he ends up -


- do you want me to inscribe your book?-


How do you ask deep questions without saying spoilers?  LOL 


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Sep. 15th, 2008 01:03 am (UTC)
That's awesome hon! And you did a great job not using spoilers in the questions. *G*
Sep. 15th, 2008 11:12 am (UTC)
I'm gettign practiced at it... The things you learn from Supernatural fandom..Hheheh
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