I will be going to MCM this weekend, and the plan at the moment is to do a somewhat impromptu signing on Saturday, 26th, between 13:30-14:30, at the Comic Village signing area.
Hopefully I’ll have some copies of The Great Game with me, and possibly Going To The Moon.
Anyway if you’re at MCM do drop by! I’ll be there throughout the day, wandering around, and probably at the pub afterwards.
This was my second time signing at Forbidden Planet, and I get a huge geeky kick out of doing it! We were signing Solaris Rising, the new SF anthology from Solaris.
L-to-R: Ian Whates, Alastair Reynolds, Jaine Fenn, Lavie Tidhar, Pat Cadigan, Eric Brown, Dave Hutchinson.
To mark the launch of Solaris Rising, there will be a group signing at Forbidden Planet, Shaftesbury Avenue, on Saturday, 26th November, between 1-2pm – with Ian Whates, Alastair Reynolds, Pat Cadigan, Eric Brown and myself.
If you’re in town, why not join us? You can also reserve a signed copy from Forbidden Planet.
It was a bit nerve wracking walking into Forbidden Planet yesterday for the signing, but was overwhelmed with so many friends showing up for support! There are plenty of signed copies of Camera Obscura now at FP, if you want to pick up a copy. And at a £1 off!
Thanks to Danie Ware for setting it all up, and congratulations on the news today that she’s just got her own book deal with Titan Books! And to everyone who showed up, you know who you are!
The signing at the Bentall Centre in Kingston was fun! I met Twitter feller @CTD, and signed an e-book (sort of!), then my mate Richard (AKA South African crime writer Richard Kunzmann) showed up for support, followed, in very short order, by a photographer from the local paper and my friend Isey (pictured) with a couple of his school friends and their parents, and it all got very busy suddenly!
There are a lot of signed copies of both Camera Obscura and The Bookman at Waterstone’s in the Bentall Centre so if you’re a Surreyite and want a copy, that’s the place to go!
I’m signing at Forbidden Planet tomorrow, so come along!
Lavie and Isaac, Kingston Waterstone’s signing, April 2011
Just a reminder that I’ll be signing copies of Camera Obscura tomorrow (Sunday 17th) at Waterstones, The Bentall Centre in Kingston at 12pm. So if you’re around, pop in and say hi!
I will be signing at London’s Forbidden Planet store!
179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR
Lavie Tidhar will be signing latest novel Camera Obscura, at the Forbidden Planet Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR, on Tuesday 19th April 6 – 7pm
Can’t find a rational explanation to a mystery? Call in The Quiet Council. The mysterious and glamorous Lady de Winter is one of their most valuable agents. A despicable murder inside a locked and bolted room on the Rue Morgue in Paris is just the start. The whirlwind adventure will take Milady to the highest and lowest parts of that great city – and cause her to question the very nature of reality itself. This is a fascinating mix of imagery – Victorian settings re-imagined with today’s technology… otherwise known as Steampunk!
Lavie Tidhar quickly established a name for himself as a notable writer of short fiction, and has recently moved into novels, debuting with The Bookman, He’s traveled widely, living variously in South Africa, the UK, and the remote island of Vanuatu in the South Pacific. He currently lives in Israel.
Can’t make it? Order a signed copy from Forbidden Planet!