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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Event this Friday: McClean Bible Church

Hi, all! Just a quick blurb to let you know about a cool event coming up this Friday, November 14th. If you are anywhere in the Baltimore, Washington, Virginia region and would like to come hear some stirring dramatic readings and get some books signed, come out to McClean Bible Church.

The Holidays are quickly approaching, and signed books are unique gifts! Come on out and get a book or two. My mom says get seven! Join us Friday, November 14 at 7:30pm in Community Room C!

For McClean Bible Church's contact info, see below:

Front Desk Phone: 703/639-2000
V/TTY: 703/770-2939
MBC Fax: 703-639-5680
MBC TTY: 703/770-2939
Physical Address
McLean Bible Church
8925 Leesburg Pike
Vienna, VA 22182

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

aw man i wish i lived in the area i would soooo be there!

A fellow writer said...

I hope I can come, but it's kind of late notice, so I'm not sure. We'll see.

Mr. Batson, I want you to know that I just received Isle of Fire for my birthday, and I'm LOVING it! It was the last present I opened, and the best; unlike with my other presents, all my siblings were equally excited, demanding that I let them read it when I was finished. (My second-favorite present was Restorer; however, my siblings hadn't heard of that one yet so didn't do all the screaming and dancing. I spent forever trying to decide which book to read first and finally decided on Isle of Fire.)

Anyway, I've devoured half of it over the last three days. It is soooo cool!! I love the introduction to these new enemies. I also became very excited when you brought Vikings into the story; I've been a Viking-research-maniac for the last two years, and I'm writing a novel about them. I have a question though: where'd you find the Norse language? I find bits and pieces of it here and there, but not enough to construct my own sentence or two.

The plot is so intriguing! Your books are an inspiration for me as a writer. Keep writing, and please never stop! :D

A Fellow Writer said...

Oh, by the way, Mr. Batson: I found a rather funny typo in Rise of the Wrym Lord. (Or maybe it was my friend who found it...) You may have already noticed this, but on page 178 in the paper-back version, you have Aidan crying "It bleeds!", even though Aidan wasn't even in the Realm at that time. Of course we all know it was supposed to say that his twin, Aelic, shrieked the message. Lol.

Anonymous said...

Fellow writer! WtB here. It says anonymous b/c my work computer doesn't accept cookies. Sheesh, who doesn't like cookies? lol

The Norse language, I'm afraid I had some insider help. One of my best friends is Swedish, and he gave me the information.

And the Wyrm Lord typo; yep, I'm now painfully aware of that. OOPS!! You'd be amazed how many people pointed that out to me. I have very careful readers. I LOVE that!

-Wayne Thomas Batson

A Fellow Writer said...

Oh, okay. So you just happened to be lucky. :) Unfortunate for me, I don't have Swedish acquaintances.

WayneThomasBatson said...

Just a brief note. It's 1:09 a.m. and I'm absolutely exhausted and exhilarated by the events at McLean Bible Church tonight. An incredible turn out. Met some beautiful, amazing people, signed a ton of books too. The staff at McLean is just beyond words kind. They even helped me pack up my piratey props! Thank you, Jesus for another great night. I'm amazed that you let me do this.

Pais Charos said...

Cool stuff! I used to live about an hour from that church.