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NOS4R2 (the UK title of the new novel) is out over there in hardcover on May 28th. I'll be touring there to spread the word. All the scheduled signings and readings are listed below... including the final US reading, in Nashua, New Hampshire.

U.S.

Saturday, May 25th - 2PM - Nashua, New HampshireBarnes & Noble. Reading/Signing.

U.K.

Tuesday, May 28th - 6:30 PM - LondonFoyle's Gallery.  Conversation with Total Film's Rosie Fletcher, signing to follow. Note: This is a ticketed event.\

Wednesday, May 29th - 12:30 PM - ReadingWaterstone's The Oracle. Signing only.

Wednesday, May 29th - 7:30 PM - BristolWaterstone's Bristol Galleries. Reading/Signing.

Thursday, May 30th - 1:00 PM - Manchester DeansgateWaterstone's. Signing only.

Thursday, May 30th - 6:30 PM - LiverpoolWaterstone's Liverpool One. Reading/Signing.

Friday, May 31st - 6:30 PM - EdinburghThe Pleasance Theater. Hosted by Blackwell's Bookshop. This is a ticketed event, so if you plan to attend, head over to their page and scroll down for more information.

Saturday, June 1st - 1:00 PM - LondonThe Forbidden Planet. Signing my ass off.

And that's it... after that I'm off the road for a while, although I'm not planning to pull the complete J.D. Salinger. At the very least, a stop at Boston ComicCon in the summer looks all but certain. But more on that later.

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NOS4A2 (as it's called on these shores) has been out in America for almost a month now. Big thanks to everyone who's bought the book, and industrial-strength gratitude and affection to everyone who came out to visit me at my readings. Most fun I've ever had touring. I've been posting pictures over on the Tumblr. Look for more of that in the near future.

Reviews are still trickling in. Here's a recent favorite, over on FearNet (different from the very kind pre-release review they ran back in April).

And here are a couple interviews I did recently about how I wound up writing the stuff I write, and some of the thinking that went into the book: The National Post, and The Big Issue.

Take it easy, guys. See you soon, British Isles.