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The Daylight War Tour: Nottingham & London

Posted by Meg

All three UK books on the House of Parliament 

Photo credit: Michael

Two events, one day. Peat went on a little adventure through the Sherwood Forest yesterday in order to get to the Nottingham Lunchtime event. With his train cancelled, Peat took a two and half hour, doing a twenty minute interview before starting around 12:30pm. When Peat arrived, there were thirty people already lined up!

Peat greeting fans at the signing table

Signing line

Peat with Bobby

Little 8 week old Kaede Leesha, Peat’s youngest fan

Peat with Damian, Kaede Leesha’s father

 After Nottingham, Peat was whisked back to London for a packed event at Forbidden Planet. Check it out …

The line at Peat’s packed Forbidden Planet event in London

Peat with super fan Carol

Peat with Brett

One fan made this incredible Messanger’s journal that Peat unwrapped after the event

If you haven’t picked up your copy of The Daylight War yet, what are you waiting for? The U.K. versions is available at Waterstones and Amazon. Americans, check out the Random House page for all the appropriate buy links. Or go out and support your local bookstore

Tonight, Peat will be at the Birmingham Waterstones starting at 7:30pm.

RSVP on Facebook here. For all other readings/signings/conventions, take a look at his Facebook events or his tour schedule.

Weren’t able to make it to a U.S. event? Peat signed a stockpile of his books at each bookstore he visited. Even if you are not local, most of these will deliver. Check out the following locations to pick up your signed copy of The Daylight WarSingularity & Co in Brooklyn, Bakka Phoenix Books in Toronto, Barnes and Noble in Roseville, MN, University Bookstore in Seattle, Powell’s Books in Portland, Borderlands Books in San Francisco, Barnes and Noble in Huntington Beach and the Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore in San Diego.

Posted on February 27, 2013 at 2:00 pm by megelizabeth
Filed under Appearances, Daylight War, Events, Fans, Meg
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One response to “The Daylight War Tour: Nottingham & London”

  1. I hadn’t planned to buy any books at all but was just killing time waiting for a friend to turn up. Picked up the Daylight War and opened the middle of the book and thought I’d read a few lines but just couldn’t put the book down! Went to the checkout to pay to find out there are two more books to be read before Daylight. Dang!…just had to have all 3 books….! Easy reading and I absolutely love the storylines. Demons aren’t exactly my cuppa tea but I love the way your write and want more of your books. Thank you. Thank you. Its been such a long time since I read books I truly enjoy. You are up there with my favourites ..CS Lewis and Tolkein…..

    Posted by luisa, on March 3rd, 2013 at 9:27 pm