It was also a unique experience selling to people who all were there because they loved the Native American culture as a whole. So there was no attempting to appeal to people who don't give a flip, trying to convince them that they will love the story. It was natural.
I sold far more than I expected to, and even sold some books to another vendor for her to sell at her booth. If they do well, then she plans to order more. I also connected with a possible publisher. It amazes me that pretty much every other vendor there does this for a living, traveling from one powwow to the next across the country selling their crafts. What a life. I truly think I would be well-suited for such a life, and who knows, maybe one day I'll get to do the same on book tours.
Anyway, enjoy some pictures from the event: