So Excited … and a little terrified!

Some of you may know this already … but I just have to tell everyone!

The long over-due OFFICIAL Book Launch of Some Kind of Synchrony is going to happen on Friday the 15th of May ….

at WATERSTONES in Plymouth.



Cue lots of preparations and negotiations.

I am now delighted to announce that Simon Parker, an editor with the Western Morning News and an author in his own right, will also be coming along. He will be asking me questions and also throwing light on why the branch of Waterstones, at 65 New George Street, Plymouth, is a great place to launch this particular book. (Not the one in the Mall!)

Now some of you, who have had to opportunity to get your hands on a pre-launch copy, (Yes, I have had them out and about – arranging the official launch took much longer than expected!) may be able to guess the reason, depending on your knowledge of Plymouth, but even then I am sure that Simon will be able to add colour to that black and white picture.

You, dear reader, are therefore cordially invited to come along to this book launch – where, at 6.30pm, we will have an entertaining Author interview followed by questions, bubbly (of one type or another) mingling and book signing and still leave you time to go on elsewhere for the rest of the evening (or home to recover)

Waterstones SKOS BOOK LAUNCH Friday 15th May back colour poster pic .doc

Have you been to other book launches before?

Do you live close enough? Are you coming? I’d love to see you along!

The more the merrier – do bring your friends too!

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2 thoughts on “So Excited … and a little terrified!

  1. Awww wishing you all the best with the book launch Ann.
    I’m too far away in NE Scotland to come but I’m sure it will be a fab event and experience.

    I’ve been to the book launch of my friends, a lovely poet in Aberdeen though there were only about 15 people there all of them part of the writers group.
    Other than that I’ve only been to a signing by Terry Pratchett (he is missed greatly) but that was overly commercial and just waiting in queue and not even being able to speak to him.

    So your event I am sure will be more friendly and personal.
    Have fun all who are near enough to go.

    • Hi Susi,
      Thank you so much for your good wishes for the book launch! I’ll forgive you for not coming – Scotland is a tad far! 🙂

      I recall a Terry Pratchett talk and book signing I went to many many years ago, before he was mega (held in our local community college) which, though well attended, was not crammed and so had that personal feeling, and yes, his writing genius will be missed!

      best – Ann

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