Another exciting week of the World Book Tour has come to a close, a week in which the novel visited 5 countries on 3 continents, and even went home for a while.
Day 7: Chepstow, Wales
This photo was kindly shared by Mr. David Wright and his son,
with the Severn Bridge a great backdrop
Here my old co-worker and philanthropist Diane shows her support whilst on a hike in Hennops. Looks lovely.
Day 9: China Town, Singapore
Old footy buddy Glen proudly displaying his eBook copy of I Have Lived Today,
Day 10: Lowestoft, England
And thanks to good old mate and rabble rouser Dickie Alexander, my novel has appeared on the hallowed turf of Normanstan Park, Lowestoft, where I once plied my trade as an amateur footballer, and started an impressive (not) collection of yellow and red cards. If only as many referees would ask for my signature today as once asked for my name during a footy game, I’d have sold at least one hundred more books!
Day 11: Carnarvon, Australia
Leah, of the brilliant travel and food blog, The Vegetarian Traveller, shared this photo from Carnarvon, Western Australia.
Once again, thank you so much to all those people that have featured in the first two weeks of the world tour. If you have enjoyed these posts and would like to get involved yourself, simply take a photo of yourself with my book from wherever you are around the world, and email it to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org (NB photos ideally need to be 800×500-ish in size)
For more information about the I Have Lived Today World Book Tour, why not have a look at the previous posts below?
Come back next week for more exciting locations on Week 3 of the ‘World Book Tour’