A little update to the UK tour happening in but a couple of weeks…
Typically the lunchtime events are just a signing, open to all, the evening ones are reading, talk, questions then signing, or in a few cases, now, an ‘in conversation’ style event with a few friends o’ mine, which will generally take the form of us desperately trying to promote our work at the other’s expense, then taking questions from the audience. It’ll be my long-time editor Gillian Redfearn in Bath, Sarah Pinborough in Birmingham, James Oswald in Glasgow, and Joe Hill at Foyles in London. The evening events tend to be ticketed (generally not massively expensive, if you get a copy of the book along with it), but a couple have sold out now so you may want to book ahead to avoid disappointment…
Sunday 15th Sept 12:30pm – 1:20pm, signing at Foyles, Bristol
Sunday 15th Sept 7:30pm, in conversation at Topping & Company, Bath, with my editor, collaborator and Publishing Director at Gollancz, Gillian Redfearn
Monday 16th Sept 12:30pm – 1:30pm, signing at Waterstones, Cardiff
Monday 16th Sept 18:30pm, in conversation at Waterstones, Birmingham, with number 1 bestselling author (curse her) Sarah Pinborough.
Tuesday 17th Sept 12pm – 1pm, signing at Waterstones, Nottingham
Tuesday 17th Sept 6pm, talk at Waterstones, Liverpool
Wednesday 18th Sept 12pm – 1pm, signing at Waterstones, Leeds
Wednesday 18th Sept 7pm, talk at Waterstones, Newcastle
Thursday 19th Sept 12:30pm – 1:30pm, signing at Waterstones, Edinburgh West End
Thursday 19th Sept 7pm, in conversation at Waterstones, Glasgow Argyle Street, with fantasy and crime author James Oswald.
Friday 20th Sept 7pm, in conversation at Foyles, Charing Cross Road London, with master of horror, Joe Hill.
Saturday 21st Sept 1pm – 2pm, signing at Forbidden Planet, London
There’ll be copies of A Little Hatred available at all these events, of course, even if ahead of publication day. Feel free to bring your old books with you – unless I end up really pressed for time I’ll sign anything of mine you have, though if you bring loads of books (like, dozens) you might have to go to the back of the queue after one set.