Saturday, November 22, 2008

Colchester Waterstones.

Thanks to Mark, Adam and the rest of the staff at the Colchester Waterstones for having me there signing books today. Let's hope you sell of that pile Gabble! And thanks to those who turned up to buy books. I should also add a message to others entering the store: you can check out the books since I don't bite and I'm not going to drag you in like a Turkish market trader.

Two pictures here from Caroline's mobile phone since I forgot my camera.


Thanks also to BHS Colchester for the slowest breakfast in recorded history.

8 comments:

vaudeviewgalor raandisisraisins said...

a different public skinner figure with a different background. food is torture.

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packrat54 said...

Better a cellphone photo than none at all. Good to see you back on the job.

Antony said...

Any chance of seeing you a little further north? Sheffield, Leeds, Nottingham?

As much as I like your books, its a little far to get one signed for me!

Dave Robotham said...

One of those signed copies of The Gabble will be winging its way to the Woking branch of Waterstone's for me! Traveling up to Colchester was not an option sadly. 8(

What was the turnout like?

And hopefully a copy of Shadow of the Scorpion will arrive from Baker and Taylor soon.

Hopefully my fellow Waterstonians made the day pleasant enough.

killemallletgodsortemout said...

It's Essex FFS, not Windsor!!

If you don't like the speed of the breakfast delivery, then demand a refund, or fuck off.

And fucking cheer up. You look so fucking miserable.

Bob said...

I love it when I can finally get ahold of something I've been looking forward to. There's a really good all-sf/fantsay bookstore here in Sydney that should be getting some copies soon...will be sure to pick myself up a nice early christmas present.

Hope it sells well...

Pete said...

Have just ripped through The Gabble in 24 hours. Excellent collection.

Anonymous said...

Aye, how about alot further north, say Aberdeen...I'll even spring for lunch and a pint or two.

Cheers
Phil