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    Re: Do you still go to book signings?

    In Response to Do you still go to book signings?:
    In the last year much has been made that the Internet is replacing book signings.  I have turned to hosting more creative events like murder mystery nights. Do you still go to signings? Is it important to you to support local authors, or do you only come out for names you know?
    Posted by CJ_West


    What do you mean "still"?
     
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    Re: Do you still go to book signings?

    yes  we are ,why not ,that is more interesting than online reading




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    Re: Do you still go to book signings?

    No, I prefer book club signings to book signings.
     
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    Re: Do you still go to book signings?

    Yes, luckily we have a bookstore in my area that still book signings.

    Not only can you get your book signed but I enjoy the chance to meet the author, particapate in a question and answer session and learned things that the author fail to note on their websites. It's nice to be able to place a human being with a book.Laughing
     
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    Re: Do you still go to book signings?

    As long as I can get a first edition signed. Hardcovers are going by by.
     
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    Re: Do you still go to book signings?

    For some reason, they won't sign my Nook.

    I read a book called, "A Dog's Purpose" and I thought a signed copy of it would make a great gift for a dog trainer.  I found the author's email address - maybe it was on Amazon.  I emailed him asking if he had plans to be in the Boston area for book signings.  He replied that he hadn't planned to be out this way but he had an upcoming book signing out in California and if I bought the book from the that bookstore, he would sign it and they would send it out.

    I called the bookstore, told them what I wanted the Author to write and a couple of weeks later, I got the book with a nice little passgae by the Author.
     
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