Book signing at Waterstones Oxford

Monday, 9 May 2011  |  Admin

 
"Thank you Oxford!"

DJ Wiseman was tired but very happy after six hours talking to visitors to Waterstones in Oxford. An outstanding day in which the complete stock of books were signed for happy customers. 'Luckily I had a few in my bag so nobody went away empty handed,' said the author afterwards.


The novel had a great reception from the public with the number of signings exceeding expectations. The fact that A Habit Of Dying is an 'Oxford' novel by an Oxfordshire author seemed to have little influence on customers. 'I've signed more books for people from London than from Oxford,' said the author shortly before the store closed for the day.

The team at Waterstones were pleased too, they'd worked hard on a window display and allocated a prime area for the signing. And three of the staff were happy to wear the distinctive black T-shirt with the A Habit Of Dying cover image!

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