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A Highland book launch for The Farthest Shore

Tickets are now on sale for my book launch in Fort William.

Alex Roddie
Alex Roddie
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A Highland book launch for The Farthest Shore

It’s my pleasure to announce that tickets are now on sale for the launch event of my new book, The Farthest Shore. The launch will take place at the Highland Bookshop, Fort William, at 7pm on the 2nd of September 2021. Tickets are £5, which includes a discount on a signed copy of the book, and places are limited to 40, so it’s probably a good idea to reserve your slot if you’d like to come!

Here is the online booking link.

I’ve already heard from several readers and online friends and colleagues who are keen to come. It would be lovely to see some of you there.

There is still time left to pre-order signed copies of the book online, too. I’m heading to Vertebrate Publishing in Sheffield tomorrow for a marathon book-signing session, and pre-orders will be sent out the day after that, so if you’d like to sneak in then I advise putting your orders in right away! Here’s the link.

Many thanks, and I’m hoping to see some of you in a couple of weeks. I shall expect interesting and thought-provoking questions after my talk.

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Alex Roddie

Happiest on a mountain. Writer, story-wrangler, digital and film photographer. Editor of Sidetracked magazine (I make the words come out good).

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