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waterstones kensington

December 9, 2009

waterstones%20picjpg.jpgA blurry picture (always the best kind as far as I'm concerned) of Biff and me, taken by my favourite bookseller in my favourite store, Waterstones in Kensington High Street, when I went in recently to sign the latest delivery of books. (And one of the few places on High Street Ken, I might add, where dogs are made to feel welcome.) I forgot to mention that Hatchards in Piccadilly have also been very lovely and given Tout Sweet a prominent display in their travel section. But that's enough book plugging for now...though my favourite bookseller says that I should market it as fiction and then I'd at least be on the ground floor rather than left languishing in basements.

comments (2)

1. Posted by pierre l on December 10, 2009 1:19 PM

I have no problem with book plugging -- it doesn't hurt to keep interest alive. Looking forward to the next book.

2. Posted by Elinor on December 10, 2009 1:46 PM

Oh, you won't be languising in basements for much longer. I'm quite sure of it.

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