Tonyblack wrote:It's actually quite difficult as Terry is a very busy man who has been swamped with emails since his announcement about his Alzheimer's. If he was to even try to read all his emails he'd never have the time to write any books.
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PJSM prints wrote:PLEASE DO NOT SEND YOUR OWN BOOKS TO BE AUTOGRAPHED
W. B. Yeats wrote on the endpaper of a copy of his The Winding Stair and Other Poems (1933):
Never send a book to an author to be autographed
(1) because he has no sealing wax,
(2) because he has no string,
(3) because he does not know how to tie up a parcel,
(4) because you will probably not get the book back.
Thomas Hardy once showed me a corner cupboard full of such books.
He gave them to his friends on their birthdays
So when your Kipper gets wet he looks like a hairy fish.Batty wrote:I used to have a tabby called 'Kipper'. He was lovely. ...
Mind you, I also have an umbrella with a hippo's head carved for the handle. I call him Hugo and talk to him when I'm out and about.
I decided on his name because when it rains, 'You go where I go' ...
Who's Wee Dug wrote:Hi gerelle, I was going to say the same but pooh beat me to it ,and PJSM are good as I'm a regular customer there, they have some nice stuff as does The Cunning Artificer at the Discworld Emporium although they do the books they are not signed as the ones on PJSM. http://www.discworldemporium.com/catalog.php
Good luck! Let us know if you are successful!Antiq wrote:It was this very search that landed me on this site I guess I'll write c/o his agent. I just want to say thank you to him, that's all.
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