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MARCH 2017



THE SONG RISING TOUR – UK 
PART ONE



Waterstones Glasgow

Monday 6 March, 7pm
153-157 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3EW

Tickets are £5, or £3 for loyalty card holders. Please call 0141 332 9105 to reserve your place ASAP, or book your tickets online here.




Waterstones Deansgate

Wednesday 8 March, 6.30pm
91 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2BW

In conversation with Sabine Sharpe (University of Manchester).

Tickets are £3 or £5. For more information, email events.manchester@waterstones.com or tweet us @Waterstonesmcr.

Book your tickets online here.



Waterstones Piccadilly 

Thursday 9 March, 7pm – 8.30pm
203-206 Piccadilly, London, W1V 9LE

In conversation with Katherine Webber (Wing Jones).

Tickets cost £8 (redeemable against the price of the book on the night) and are available online, in store, or by contacting us on 0207 851 2400. For further enquiries, please contact events.piccadilly@waterstones.com.


Book your tickets online here



Waterstones Islington

‘Fate, Destiny, and Finding your Identity’ 
Tuesday 28 March, 6.30pm – 8pm
11 Islington Green, London, N1 2XH

With Alwyn Hamilton (Rebel of the Sands) and L. A. Weatherly (Broken Sky), chaired by Imogen Russell-Williams.


Tickets are £3 and can be redeemed against any one of the three event books. For further details, call 020 7704 2280, or book your tickets online here.



THE SONG RISING TOUR – USA



Tuscon Festival of Books

‘Building Alternate Worlds’
Saturday 11 March, 4pm – 5pm
Integrated Learning Center Room 150

With Gini Koch (Touched by an Alien, The Night Beat, The Royal Scam), Erika Lewis (Game of Shadows) and Brian McClellan (Sins of Empire), chaired by David Summers

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‘Uncanny London’
Sunday 12 March, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Koffler Room 218

With Marie Brennan (A Natural History of Dragons, Cold-Forged Flame) and V. E. Schwab (A Darker Shade of Magic, Vicious, This Savage Song), chaired by Patti Lang

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Tattered Cover 

Monday 13 March, 7pm
1628 16th St, Denver, CO 80202

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Flyleaf Books

Tuesday 14 March, 7pm
752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Chapel Hill, NC 27514

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APRIL 2017



THE SONG RISING TOUR – UK 
PART TWO



Waterstones York

Thursday 30 March, 7pm
15 Coney Street, York, YO1 9QL

Tickets are available in store and online and are priced at £5 or £3 for loyalty card holders.

You can also book tickets here.



Waterstones Sheffield – Orchard Square

Friday 31 March, 7pm
24-26 Orchard Square, Sheffield, S1 2FB

Tickets are available in store and online and are price at £5 or £3 for loyalty card holders. For further details, call 0114 2728971.

You can also book tickets here.



Waterstones Birmingham

Saturday 1 April, 6.30pm
24-26 High St, Birmingham B4 7SL

Tickets are £3 and redeemable againt a copy of The Song Rising at the event. To book your ticket, please call us on 0121 633 4353, tweet us at @waterstonesbham, email us at events.birmingham@waterstones.com, or pop in and speak to a bookseller.

You can also book tickets here.



Waterstones Milton Keynes – Midsummer Place

Thursday 6 April, 6.30pm
72 Midsummer Place, MK9 3GA

For further details, call 01908 359384.

Book online here.

34 comments:

  1. Bought tickets for LFCC! You and Sarah J Maas how can I not go. So looking forward to it!

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  2. CAN.NOT.PUT.THE.BOOK.DOWN. I will be so sad when it ends!!

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  3. Can't wait for part 2!!!!

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  4. PLEASE COME TO CANADA! I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER IF YOU DO!

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    1. I was in Toronto quite recently, but hopefully I can come again soon!

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  5. Will you be heading to the North East for any event in the near future by any chance? BIG fan and would love to meet and have my book signed :)

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  6. um...helloooo-----i just loved your book------------louuved it. i don't know wheteher i should say this or not, but i have an idea, a world developed, only i dont know if its good enough. i'm in 10th std india...n i can't persue literature-------i was hoping if you'd be so kind as to give me your opinion. you can answer me in your posts by refering to me as anonymous india----anyway even if you cant i'll always remain your gihuginc fan----so thank you for writting such an ossum book,
    ps- i loved your chapter ttiles; )

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  7. Mumbai Mumbai please! PLEASE COME TO MUMBAI.

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  8. can you please come to the States? would love it

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    1. I will be doing a US tour this year. Details to be confirmed...

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    2. Any chance of visiting Canada too?????

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  9. Are you going to be in Germany this year? That would be so amazing.

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  10. Will you be at the London Book Fair? (Hoping it's a yes!)

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  11. BAH! You need to come to the Michigan/Illinois area! I'd make the drive to Chicago to get a signature! Best of luck in your travels :)

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  12. Dear Samantha,
    I'm reading your book the Bone Season and I have got some question. The first this: How many books will write you? Exactly series how many book will be? and the second this: Maybe you will come to Hungary? :)

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    1. Hello! There will be seven books in the Bone Season series. I've written two of them so far. And I hope I can come to Hungary one day.

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  13. Hi Smantha,

    Loved Bone Season - why aren't you stopping in NY for your US show?

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    1. Hi Guy,

      My tour locations are up to my publisher, so I'm afraid I don't know. I'm sure I'll be back at some point!

      Samantha

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  14. Hi Samantha, your book is like a drug!!! I neeeeed the next part!! :) I have 2 questions: Will you ever come to Germany?? And : Where I could reed the first few capitals of the mime order?
    I will be so happy if you will awnser me...

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    1. Hello,

      I'm so glad you enjoyed it! I hope I can come to Germany at some point.

      Unfortunately you can't read the first chapters of The Mime Order any longer. They were online for a short amount of time and then taken down.

      Samantha

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  15. Hi Samantha! I love so much the bone season, I admire your imagination.

    Are you going to come to Barcelona? In Catalonia (Spain), the 23th of April people celebrate ''Sant Jordi'', which is a celebration called ''the day of the book and the rose''. People give books or roses to their friends, family or boyfriend/girlfriend. Maybe you have heard about it. There are a lot of writers in bookshops, singing books. It would be find that you came to promote your fantastic books this day (although I don't know if The Mime Order will be translated into spanish or catalan in spring). I hope so, but I know that it's a little bit difficult.

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    1. I'd love to visit Barcelona one day. I was in Madrid quite recently for the Spanish translation of The Bone Season, but I hope I can come back. And that day sounds absolutely wonderful!

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    2. Yes, the day is wonderful. Streets are full of outdoor bookshops, you can look for pictures in Google. But please! If you came, report it in the blog or in Facebook because I'd love going to see you!

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  16. During the event on January 31st with Andy Serkis will the Oscar nominated screenwriter be announced??? Also can't wait for the second book. The Bone Season is the only book I prefer over Harry Potter! Very well done

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    1. I'm not sure, sorry! Hopefully. I'm so glad you enjoyed The Bone Season.

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  17. will there be a europe tour or has it not been discussed yet?

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    1. It hasn't been discussed yet. I imagine it won't be until a few of the translations of The Mime Order are finished.

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  18. Have you decided who will the characters of bone season film be? Who are them?

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  19. Hello Samantha,
    I EXTREMELY LOVED The Bone Season and The Mime Order and am EXTREMELY EXCITED for the third book of the series I am counting down the minutes until it's published! I also had a few questions for you. Will you be coming to Canada? And if so could You PLEASE come to Montreal it would be a dream come true! Also, if you had any idea of the characters for The Bone Season film I would love to know who You think would be the perfect Paige, Warden, Nick, Nashira etc. I would REALLY LOVE if You knew the answer to these questions! Thanks for writing AMAZING books!

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  20. Hi Samantha,
    I just found out you were coming to the states and now your tour is almost over. I was really looking forward to meeting you. I not much of a book reader (at all) but something about the tittle of your book made me want to try to get through it. After reading the first chapter I couldn't put it down, I literally took it everywhere. The same goes for the second instalment, I just wanted to say thank you for giving me the opportunity to take a look inside this world. Anything you ever write in the future I will read no matter what, I am now an avid fan of your writing. One last thing there are two songs by Nick Jonas on his new CD that I think will fit with the movie there called Push and the other is Nothing would be better. I hope you listen and good luck on your future success.

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  21. Good Evening Ms. Shannon! I'm younger than you, (Paige's age during the beginning of TBS) so I thought it would be polite to give you a title! I was wondering if you were able to confirm that a character is dead or that it is supposed to remain a mystery. The character I'm talking about is (SPOILERS for other readers!!!!!!!!!!¡!!!!!!!!!!) Julian. In the Mime Order I remember him being mentioned by Paige when she witnesses a pregnant women get interrogated by a Virgil I think? If it's supposed to remain a mystery that is awesome and you don't have to reply, but if he is confirmed dead in The Mime Order do you know what page it would be on because I really like his character but I'm unsure of his fate, but if its supposed to be like that then never mind! I'm sorry for this long messeage! Your the beat author ever!

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  22. Sarah Richards8 March 2015 at 11:38

    Hi Samantha, I've just finished demolishing 'The Mime Order', reading is too light of a word to do credit with to the way I made my way through it!
    Marjorie (Your step-dad's Aunt and my best friends mum) got me 'The Bone Season', signed :-D, for my birthday last year, I was hooked after the first chapter! Georgina presented me with 'The Mime Order', signed again...how spoilt am I ?, I loved it. Re-read the first to prepare for the second....and am now eagerly awaiting the third instalment. I've got to mention that the scrimmage for the crown was one of the best scenes I've read in a very long time, had me commented out loud, much to my daughters dismay!! :-D Your books are for all generations and genders, that's true writing skill there. Good luck with book three. :-D

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