Book signings can be a daunting affair for an author. I’m still haunted by the anecdote one store manager told me about a celebrity (a household name) who was booked in for a signing to promote his autobiography. They hired crash barriers in anticipation of the grand event . . . and two people turned up. I’m happy to say that significantly more than two people turned up at my signings in Liverpool and Ormskirk at the weekend – and it was fantastic to meet all those who came along. If you couldn’t make it this time, I’ll be bringing news of some pre-Mother’s day signings soon – so watch this space.
Latest NewsGlitterati: Three authors, one 5* hotel, quite a bit of champagne.
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- RT @BookMinxSJV: Woohoo! @janecostello reading from #TheTimeOfOurLives here at @HHLiteraryFest. With @lisajewelluk and @jennycolgan http://t.co/6YemMFipOH, 14 mins ago
- RT @HHLiteraryFest: .@janecostello #research is important, but not to be bogged down in. The story must lead., 15 mins ago
- RT @HHLiteraryFest: .@lisajewelluk #HighFidelity had a massive impact on her writing. @jennycolgan cites #bridgetjones @janecostello #onwriting by @StephenKing, 15 mins ago
- RT @BookMinxSJV: Lovely event at @HHLiteraryFest with @janecostello @lisajewelluk and @jennycolgan. Great tips for aspiring authors. http://t.co/G5I7Omt8wx, 15 mins ago
- RT @BookThrone: @janecostello The time of our lives @simonschusterUK feet up http://t.co/xM3E7nSCVT after great talk @HHLiteraryFest http://t.co/pszMcKSNRn, 16 mins ago