Book Launch: Saturday 26th, central London. All welcome

Nice day to be out and about in London

Just a quick note to let you know that there’s a free meetup happening in central London a week on Saturday.

Officially it’s the book’s ‘launch party’ (because every book needs one) — the date after which the paperback will be on general release.

But it’s also a good excuse for a get-together in a cracking central London venue. Entry for this evening event is free, as is the first drink for everyone who comes along. The programme of events is to show the film first, followed by a short talk that I’ll do about the book itself, and then a Q&A session. Lastly, I’ll sign books for anyone who wants one (and doesn’t already have one on the way via Kickstarter or the pre-order), while everyone else can chill out and mingle until kick-out time.

It’d be great to fill the place with like-minded people for an evening — the more the merrier, so bring your friends — but I do need an idea of numbers. So if you’d like to come along, all that I ask is that you let me know via the link below. I’ll then send over exact details of the venue and time.

I’m coming! →

Really hope to see as many of you as possible there!

If you can’t make it and don’t already have a signed copy of the book reserved, you can still pre-order ’til this Sunday. Use TOMSBIKETRIP for a 25% readers’ discount.

4 Responses to “Book Launch: Saturday 26th, central London. All welcome”

  1. Bike Hermit

    Tom,
    We would like to be there for this event, but London is a long way from Boise, Idaho USA. We have our screening scheduled for January 22. We’ll try to sell some books!

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    • Tom Allen

      How did it go?

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      • Bike Hermit

        Tom,
        The screening on the 22nd went well. We had about 20 people which filled up the classroom we were using. There was an Armenian/American fellow there and a person who had just completed a solo Asian bike tour, so a good discussion followed. We showed it again on the 29th at the Boise Bicycle Project, a local not for profit, and had about 30 people. There were applause at the end! We plugged the book as well.

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        • Tom Allen

          That’s brilliant!!! Really glad it went down well!

          Would you be up for organising an event in July (if you’re around), with me coming along for a Q&A and visit myself? I’m putting the beginnings of a US mini-tour together…

          Drop me a line if so on [email protected] 🙂

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