Gettysburg Round Table Event

This Thursday, October 26, I will be speaking to the Gettysburg Civil War Roundtable on Plenty of Blame to Go Around and signing books afterwards.  It was originally planned that co-author Eric Wittenberg and I would be there together, but unfortunately due to an unexpected conflict, Eric is unable to make it that evening.  Eric has signed a number of books and sent them to me, so fortunately attendees who purchase books that evening will be able to have both our signatures.

I’m really looking forward to this event – it’s Gettysburg, after all!  And the Round Table is comprised of terrific folks.  This will be my third signing event for the book, and the one I’ve really looked forward to this year.  Next year, I’ll be talking to groups in several states – including Ohio, North Carolina, Delaware, and in Washington DC.

The book has sold very briskly in Gettysburg.  One of the most popular bookstores (especially since Greystones closed their bookstore) literally can’t keep it on the shelf, and has ordered nearly 100 copies just in the past few weeks, including some of the Signed and Numbered Special Editions (limited to only 50 copies).  It’s very heartening that the book is so popular, and we’re getting terrific feedback on it from reviewers and readers.  I think that the Round Table has even opened up the Thursday night event to the general public.

If any members are reading this, or anyone planning on attending, it’ll be very nice to see you there.  I’ll be giving details on the book and the process we went through writing it, then answering any questions.

I also have a couple more signings at events in Gettysburg in November (The Fall Show and Remembrance Day) and will post more on those later.

In a couple days I’ll be back on the road to Gettysburg!

Published in: on October 24, 2006 at 1:15 am  Leave a Comment  

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