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Spideyman

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IIRC, it was after the release of Lisey's Story.
cheating off a Bev Vincent post:

Apr 20, 2017
Thanks to the Wayback Machine (aka the Internet Archive) -- here is where he appeared on the Lisey's Story tour in 2006:

Tuesday 7th November - Battersea park Events Arena
Tuesday 7th November - Book signing at Borders Books and Music, Oxford Street, London
Thursday 9th November - Book signing at Asda supermarket in Watford
Friday 10th November - Signing at Tesco superstore at Lakeside Shopping Centre, Thurrock.

In 1998, for Bag of Bones:

August 22nd: Borders, 203 Oxford Street, London and then at WH Smith, Brent Cross, London.
August 24th: Dillons, The Bentall's Centre, Kingston Upon Thames
August 25th: Leadenhall Market Branch of Waterstones. On the same day, he will appear at the Royal Festival Hall.
August 26th: WH Smith, Terminal 4, Heathrow Airport
 

Edward John

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cheating off a Bev Vincent post:

Apr 20, 2017
Thanks to the Wayback Machine (aka the Internet Archive) -- here is where he appeared on the Lisey's Story tour in 2006:

Tuesday 7th November - Battersea park Events Arena
Tuesday 7th November - Book signing at Borders Books and Music, Oxford Street, London
Thursday 9th November - Book signing at Asda supermarket in Watford
Friday 10th November - Signing at Tesco superstore at Lakeside Shopping Centre, Thurrock.

In 1998, for Bag of Bones:

August 22nd: Borders, 203 Oxford Street, London and then at WH Smith, Brent Cross, London.
August 24th: Dillons, The Bentall's Centre, Kingston Upon Thames
August 25th: Leadenhall Market Branch of Waterstones. On the same day, he will appear at the Royal Festival Hall.
August 26th: WH Smith, Terminal 4, Heathrow Airport
Thanks, I think it's time Stephen made another visit.
 

Edward John

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I'm sure Hodder would be thrilled, too! He's been cutting back on book tours since doing the one for Sleeping Beauties, though.
Well, he was very consistent for book tour for years, its only natural for him to want to take a brake. If I remember correctly, I think he actually lived in England for a little while, or maybe it was for a holiday, I remember it because he talked about how he tried travelling to Loch Lomond. The weather was that bad he had to turn around, lol. Thats UK weather for you. lol
 

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Well, he was very consistent for book tour for years, its only natural for him to want to take a brake. If I remember correctly, I think he actually lived in England for a little while, or maybe it was for a holiday, I remember it because he talked about how he tried travelling to Loch Lomond. The weather was that bad he had to turn around, lol. Thats UK weather for you. lol
They were supposed to stay a year but ended up only staying about 3 months. That was quite some time ago, though. It was when/where he got the idea for Couch End that was inspired by some difficulties trying to find Peter Straub's house when he was going there for a visit.