Fan Art Friday (sort of)

Something a little different this time around — a peek at a Mother-Daughter Book Club themed birthday party!  Ingredients include:

1. Friends (of course)

Book club 4

2. Fun table decorations (I love this idea!)

Book club party 2
3. More decorations (everyone brought something representing their favorite character–so clever!)

Book club 5

4. A fun party game (MDBC trivia — I want to play!)

Book club 3

And finally, a gorgeous thank you card for the author, who provided a brief video greeting and autographed bookmarks for the guests…

Book Club party 1

(The photo did double duty on the party invitations, too — cute, right?)

Thank you, Katie, for sharing this with us all!  And once again, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

31 thoughts on “Fan Art Friday (sort of)”

  1. I love this idea! I wish I could be in a mother daughter book club. That’s part of the reason I like the series so much, because it’s the mother-daughter book club I never was in but can connect to 🙂

    • Mrs. Frederick, I don’t mean to disturb you, but is there any chance you will have more contests where you give out free, signed books? Thank you so much! Looking forward to Absolutely Truly, BTW!

  2. I love your books so much. I am flying through them really quickly. I read the first book in 2 days I have been reading “Much Ado About Anne”. Thanks for becoming a writer so that we could read about girls who are a lot like us.

  3. I am only halfway through the first book, and I’m already in love. The characters are awesome and I can relate to each one in some little way.

    I want to be an author when I grow up and am wondering how I can start AND finish a book because I get a lot of ideas, but I never complete them because I start to think they are boring. How do I come up with ideas that are interesting?✏️

    • So glad you’re enjoying the book, Cali! And how fab that you want to be an author. Don’t worry about finishing stories right now — you’re in the “practice practice practice” phase, just as you’d be if you were a musician or an artist or a dancer. Just keep writing. Eventually, an idea will grab you by the collar and not let go, and THAT one you’ll finish. But it might not happen for years, and this is perfectly normal. 🙂

    • I know what you mean, Cali. I always have trouble finishing stories. but, I realized I shouldn’t try to write like someone else. Writing something you are interested in is the best door. Like me, World War two.

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