Highlights from Saturday:
For Browsers Bookshop to have an exclusive signing (& chat) with award winning author DBC Pierre was amazing.
His book ‘Petit Mal’, launched at the festival was a huge success. Limited to 1000 signed copies with a signed print presented in a slipcase
We felt honoured for a small independent shop to have a Scoop like this.
We now have an even smaller number of limited, limited editions!! Signed on the day to mark the launch (signed ‘at festival No6 DBC Pierre’)
Closing The day was Punk Poet ‘John Cooper Clarke’ who held a captivated audience before taking time out to sign a couple of books for us. Great day and looking ahead to 2014.
Saturday was glorious, the weather was perfect for showing Portmeirion in all its glory, hundreds of people came to see the performances in the Piazza.
We managed to grab a few minutes with Caitlin Moran (How to be a Woman & Moranthology), John Niven (Cold Hands & Straight White Male), Joe Dunthorne (Wild Abandon) who all took the time to sign stock for us, Thank you.
Friday was not a total washout with Author Richard Milward reading from his book ’Kimberly’s Capital punishment’ and signing a few copies afterwards.
Setting up a Festival No 6
Not the best of starts for the festival with persistent rain hampering proceedings, there was better to come!!
Browsers will be appearing at Festival no6 thisweekend. We will be located at the piazza and will have signings and a selection of discounted titles available.
Luke Wright – Mondeo Man
Richard Milward – Capital Punishment
John Cooper Clarke
Matt HaigDBC Pierre
Caitlin MoranJan Morris