I got to meet him (and I did not make a fool of myself)! He was super sweet and very cool. :)
He also signed my book, both as himself and as Viserys Targaryen.
After the movie we did a Q&A with Harry. What was great was that while a lot of us in attendance were really Game of Thrones fans, we focused on asking questions from Big Significant things. He was ready for GoT questions though, heh.
I think what really added to the night (besides taking pictures and the fact that he happily signed my book and added an extra autograph as his GoT character) was when he hung out with our group for a little bit after the crowd cleared out. And yes, we asked a few GoT related questions (especially about the scene about his, erm, "crowning"). This so made up for my missing Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) months ago. It was after I missed her where I started going to the JC for the marathon, and I swore to stop missing out on actors and writers attending the cinema. Plus, Harry Lloyd was on my list of GoT actors I would have loved to meet for a long while; I can check that off my list now. :)
Speaking of special guests at the cinema, there'll be a writer from Star Trek: The Next Generation in attendance tonight. That tv show was a huge part of my childhood, and you can bet that I will NOT be missing this.
As for the Artemis Ravenwing series...yes, I am still on "vacation". Once I get Child of Blackwen back from the readers, go through their notes and eventually send it off to start the self-pubbing path, I'll return to my cohesion edit. Since the weather has been gorgeous (and when I'm not off partaking in some lacrosse fun), I think I'll be back to doing some work outside. There's nothing like grabbing a blanket, some research material, lots of Sharpie pens, and a few chapters to edit at a time to make a gal enjoy the day as well as the weather. I have to update the editing playlist on my iPod as well...each book has their own set of playlists, of course! In the meantime, I'll also continue my mini adventures with Shadow Weaver; a dog should have his own fun with the nice weather too.