Let's take a look at the authors side of a book tour-- it is a grind! Most are one city/ state per day. Include in that travel, airports, car rides, waking up early, hotel beds, hotel / restaurant food. Being away from family and companions. And Most are still writing while on tour.This is totally unacceptable.....lol.
Well........then fingers crossed for another book eventually.
I'll get right on that.I have an idea for an event with the release of The Outsider.
Coordinate with the Red Sox where Stephen gives a talk about his new book after a home game (against the Yankees, of course). Give the speech from the pitchers mound. Advertise the event and note Mr King will be presenting several hundred books (some signed) in a most unusual way. While Stephen is giving his talk, have drones fly the books above the crowds and let them drop. Let people fight over them like a home run hit into the stands from David Ortiz. I think it will be most memorable... bloody and violent, but memorable.
You fail to see the historical significance of gatekeepers in their role of scheduling to meet their employer's needs.You fail to see the historical significance to baseball. It could actually surpass the legendary Disco Demolition Night promotion for the Chicago White Sox back in 1979.
While it is an out-of-the-box idea and related to the Red Sox, I know exactly how he feels about doing any publicity appearances this year. Maybe next year he'll be more receptive.I dunno... the employer might get a chuckle out of the idea. Take a moment and live on the wild side Ms. Mod.
You hear that, Dio? Next year. I'll hitch my way up your way and we'll head to Boston and make SKMB history. It'll be...diabolical.While it is an out-of-the-box idea and related to the Red Sox, I know exactly how he feels about doing any publicity appearances this year. Maybe next year he'll be more receptive.