Neil Gaiman Came To Fort Collins, CO – 2/6/15

Posted: February 7, 2015 in Uncategorized
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At my favorite local bookstore, Old Fire House Books here in Fort Collins CO, Neil Gaiman (American Gods, The Sandman, Caroline, Stardust, The Ocean at the End of the Lane) paid us a visit. His latest publication of short stories, Trigger Warning, came out just a few days ago and he started a competition – any bookstore that wants to try and sell the most copies of Ocean at the End of the Lane, will win a visit by him to sign whatever books people want him to sign.

Old Firehouse Books won, and he came.

I met him. Got four books signed. Shook his hand. I said thank you, He said “You’re very welcome!” And I walked out with one of the biggest smiles on my face I’ve ever had.

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I’ve always had the highest amount of respect for Mr. Gaiman, but now, getting to meet him, all the feels I had have jumped exponentially! I got to the store at 8:45 am and was lucky enough to be 7th in line. The doors opened at 4:00. It was glorious! Well worth the wait.

That’s really all I wanted to say. Nothing new to report here. I know it’s been a while since my last post. Been real busy. But every should go buy Trigger Warning, or anything else by Neil Gaiman. Everything he writes is perfect!

  1. I am jealous! I stupidly waited until 3pm to get off of work. After moving 2 blocks in 2 hours we estimated our arrival at the store wouldn’t be until about 10pm. Apparently he was there until 4am. (According to the book store person I spoke with the next day.) The poor guy had a swollen wrist and they had to bring him a bucket of ice water for it. I enjoyed a vicarious meeting through your post. Nice pic too. 🙂

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