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Well, so far so good so far as international shipping is concerned.

Orders are coming in, books are being weighed, packed, and shipped.

Assuming that there are no problems en route, or with customs on the other ends, maybe this will fly and we can make all our fans overseas happy. So keep those emails and orders coming.

Oh, and speaking of autographs, my friend Diana Gabaldon dropped by the JCC the other day, and signed a few more stacks of books for us. So we have replenished our supply of OUTLANDER titles (have you guys been watching the series? it's amazing). And Diana also signed some hardcovers of one of the anthologies she's in, SONGS OF LOVE AND DEATH. While the supply lasts, we can offer copies of that one with four signatures: the two editors (me and Gardner), plus Diana Gabaldon and Neil Gaiman.

Happy reading!


Frank Probst
Jun. 25th, 2016 11:50 pm (UTC)
Those signatures are hard to come by.
Neil Gaiman does very few signings these days, so I would imagine his signature is hard to get. And while GRRM still does signings at pretty much every convention he goes to, the demand is quite high, so you're usually limited to one book or object, and if it's a large con, you may not get a signature at all. I don't know about Diana Gabaldon or Gardner Dozois, but I would guess they're both a little hard to reach, too.

I agree with you that it's more fun to meet the author in person, but sometimes that isn't possible, and for anthologies, it can take you years to get everyone's signature. And that's assuming you can travel, because the chance that all of those authors are going to come to you is pretty slim. These days, many bestselling authors will sign a stack of books so that there are autographed copies, but they won't do actual signings where you line up to meet the author.


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