And Soon I Will be Heading Home

I see NYC is throwing me a party to welcome me back!  Actually, I saw these in the subway yesterday on my way to the train to Boston.  

I think I may have lost my fear of public speaking.  I was nervous, but only nervous about doing a good job, not nervous about being up there.  Also great was the fact that there there was a full room of people at my reading!  That doesn’t always happen. They were all very nice, they asked good questions, I learned about some ESP research going on at Harvard, which I was totally unaware of, so that was good.  Thank you for inviting me to Brookline Booksmith, Genie!

I’m glad about getting back to my cats though.  My neighbors are taking care of them (thank you Malik and Beth!!) but apparently they are not so good with people when I’m not in the room.  Poor little guys.

I’m trying to decide if what I have with me is too heavy to carry around.  I was thinking of checking out early, in order to run around Cambridge a little (where I used to live) before heading to the train station.

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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2 thoughts on “And Soon I Will be Heading Home

  1. Stacy, Glad to hear it went well. I have found my fear of public speaking is related to how passionate Iam about my subject.


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