A lot of people have been asking where they can get signed copies. I try to sign shelf stock in every bookstore I can (there are signed copies all over New York, New Jersey, and London), but if you don’t live in an area I’ve passed through, there are some online options in addition to eBay.
If you’re outside of my normal signing circles, bookplates are probably the easiest way to get your hands on a signed copy. These are adhesive plates I had designed by the great Lauren K. Cannon. They are available free while supplies last, signed and/or personalized by me. For more information including how to order one, check out my Warded Bookplate blog entry.
The Signed Page
Shawn Speakman runs a site called The Signed Page, where he makes signed copies available. Copies are done to order (meaning he sends me copies to sign as needed), so there is some delay, but this is a good resource for a collector.
If you live in the UK, try Goldsboro, who deal exclusively in signed first editions. I recently signed close to 300 copies of The Desert Spear for them. Most were already sold, but it is still available on their site.
As you may have seen on my blog, I’ve signed copies of all my books for Mysterious Galaxy bookstore in San Diego. If you’re a SD local, or want to order online, this is an efficient option while supplies last.
(Formerly AST Publishing http://www.ast.ru/)
Unicorn Publishing House
Newton Compton Publishing
Chongqing Publishing House
Peat’s awesome agent, Joshua Bilmes, and his JABberwocky Literary Agency can be found at awfulagent.com
Peat is represented in the UK by John Berlyne at Zeno Literary Agency. www.zenoagency.com/
The amazing artist behind the covers of most editions of Peat’s bestselling books, Larry also graciously allowed us to use his cover art from the US edition of The Daylight War as the theme for this site. Visit Larry at: http://www.rostant.com/ and http://www.artistpartners.com/
In addition to site design, webmaster David Wenk will also take you on a walking tour around Britain, and show you all those magical things the tour bus leaves out. Book a tour (or just go to admire his photography) at englishcountrywalks.com
Lauren designed all the awesome wards on the site, and did the fantastic portraits of the Painted Man, Renna, and Inevera on the Creations page. Check out more of Lauren’s work at navate.com
Photographer Karsten Moran updated Peat’s author photos in time for the release of The Skull Throne. You can check out his wonderful photography here at karstenmoran.com
Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA)
Angela designed the original home page art and wallpaper for this site with digital manipulation of photos from her native Scotland. You can see the aforementioned work on the Creations page or check out her other work at celtic-photography.co.uk
Ollin Sword Design
Fotini Designs did amazing work creating a warded ring for Peat. www.fotinidesigns.com