Reading Mojo and LCC

I don’t have much to say. I lost my reading mojo due to medical complications. I got it back by reading a domestic thriller (Teach Her A Lesson by Kate Flora) which is not my preferred genre. Then I followed that up with reading the last book (The Last Remains) in a beloved series by Elly Griffiths. Then followed that up by reading Four Leaf Cleaver by Maddie Day and Gone But Not For Garden by Kate Collins. So I got my reading mojo back.

In the meantime, I am Fan Guest of Honor at Left Coast Crime next month and part of that honor is either being interviewed and being on a panel. I’m not an interview type of person, so I opted to do something else. Yep, I’m doing a LCC Pub Quiz.

First I had to come up with a theme, I did, and then a few questions. I started out with 25 questions but needled it down to 17 questions and even had the form “beautified”. Then two weeks ago, decided that two of the questions didn’t fit the theme, so there will be 15 questions on my pub quiz.

I too straight forward to  be comical, so I enlisted the help of a friend who will be my sidekick. I love this person because he has created a fun-filled interactive experience that will be a hoot. I won’t tell you the details, but if you are attending LCC, come to my pub quiz to see for yourself.

Have you ever done a pub quiz or something interactive at an event?

8 replies
  1. Saralyn
    Saralyn says:

    Glad you got your mojo for reading back. I had to do the same after my life derailed for a year. Your quiz sounds like fun. Wish I were going to LCC. I’d be first in line for your presentation! Best wishes.

  2. Edith Maxwell/Maddie Day
    Edith Maxwell/Maddie Day says:

    Dru, I am delighted Four Leaf Cleaver helped you get your reading mojo back! I so wish I could be at LCC, but I know you’ll rock that pub quiz. Hugs, and hope to see you at Malice,


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