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A lovely surprise

25 Sep

I popped into my local Waterstones at Ocean Terminal in Edinburgh. I was collecting a book I’d ordered. While I was there, I walked over to the picture book section to see if I could see my books. I was met with the most lovely surprize:

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Massive thanks to the folk at Waterstones for doing this! I’ve never seen a recommendation in a book shop for one of my books so it totally made my day. I offered to sign all the copies in the shop after that.

On the subject of surprises, I was sent a lovely video from Alex Howard of his lovely wee friend opening her surprise, a copy of the Grouse and the Mouse. Is Bagpipe secretly a chicken?!:

 
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