My, what a busy June this has been!

With Arts Sanctuary in Philadelphia on June 2nd, and 2nd Saturday in Collingswood on June 9th, the month had an adventurous beginning with high winds, a broken tent, and a talkative book selling buddy.

cassandraulrich.com went live earlier this month and saw its first sale yesterday, June 27th.  I attended Open Mic in Willingboro at the Rec Center on June 15th and then returned to participate in a book event the next day.  It's always a fun time sharing space with other writers and poets (despite a wheel flying off my hand cart).  As if that wasn't enough, I attended Poetry in the Park at the Hopkins House on the shores of the Cooper River twice.  That's definitely an event worth attending to hear the featured poet and many others.

On Monday, June 25th, I visited the KRA in Camden to speak about what it's like being an author to students working toward their GED and employment.  Tonight, I attended a writer's group at the Grooveground in Collingswood.

And there's still more to come in a month that's not quite over.  On June 30th, Sherrie Smith is sponsoring a Spoken Word event at 7pm at the Dominique Johnson Recreation Center, 101 Scrapetown Road, Pemberton, NJ.  The cost is minimal, less than $5 a person, to support the youth.

That's all for now...I think.


My Blog's Gone International!

Recently, I discovered that Google Blogger tracks sources of hits on my site.  I was amazed to see countries such as Thailand, Brazil, and South Korea listed.

In addition to that, I found out that 2 copies of my novel were purchased from Amazon's Kindle store by people who do not live in the United States.  The race is on to see whether America can keep up.