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I wasn’t planning on writing any more posts until after the launch but the Grim Gathering was so fantastic I couldn’t resist.
For those of you that don’t know, the Grim Gathering is an annual event organised by Fantasy Faction, supported this year by Harper Voyager and hosted at Waterstones. It’s a chance for people who normally chat on the forums to meet each other. There are also books and authors!
Here’s a list of some of my favourite bits:
OMG! (Photo by Agnes Meszaros)
Coming inside to see copies of The Vagrant set out and my own signing table.
Suddenly feels very real…
The crowd arriving.
I think this was the point I started to feel nervous.
The panel. I was quite nervous about it to be honest but the audience were warm and the other authors very supportive and it soon flew by.
Photo by Agnes Meszaros
I even managed to make Lord Grimdark laugh. (Photo by Agnes Meszaros)
I still can't quite believe this happened. (Photo by Agnes Meszaros)
I honestly didn't expect to get many people in my line. After all, my book doesn’t officially launch till the 23rd so I was beyond delighted with all the people that came and bought a copy. Thanks to everyone for making my first signing line so much fun!
Photo by Emma Varney
It was so good I stayed to the bitter end!
Photo by Jonathan Ashman
Big thanks to Marc Aplin (and the FF team), Harper Voyager, Waterstones, Peter V Brett, Mark Lawrence, Joe Abercrombie and everyone who came and made it such a special night.