LSU v. Alabama around here today.
I did make the time to run down to Barnes & Noble today and meet William and Michael Henry, the new writers I've been telling you about. What a nice couple of fellows! The books are great; as I said before, J. Michael Kenny told me about them last summer. Michael Henry was a longtime prosecutor in Natchitoches before he turned to writing. His son, William, joined in and now they co-author these wonderful stories centering around Willie Mitchell Banks and his son Jake. The first book was set in small town Mississippi but the last one was in New Orleans. They all have that wonderful southern flavor as well as some pretty dastardly bad guys. Michael promises me that book five will return to Mississippi and many of the characters we've grown to love will return.
I picked up the fourth book and had it signed before heading home to get ready for the big game.
I've got two batches of Crawfish Cornbread in the old Chambers range right now and then we're heading out to watch the football game with friends.
Of course I have set the DVR to record Newt and Cain tonight. Professor Jacobson has a live blog thing going on over at his place tonight. I'll check in periodically via mobile over there. I'm a geek.
Time to pull the Crawfish Cornbread of out of the oven, pack it up and head out for the game. Geaux Tigers!