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We arrived at the theatre in plenty of time, but the guest of honour was already there chatting to members of the charity, Mr Pye, the owner of the local bookshop who was looking after book sales, and members of the public. Liam Devlin almost consigned to the waste paper bin! Was the man mad? The scene was harrowing and I must dig out my copy of the book to make a comparison.
Thankfully Harry did get the novel published and was vindicated when a week after the book came out it reached number ten in Time Magazine and the following week it took the number one spot. There was a twenty minute break mid evening when there were books and raffle tickets for the charity on sale and there were even complimentary sandwiches to snack on.
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Once again Harry mingled before returning to the stage. The audience were then asked for their questions, which were very interesting and several were actually questions I would have asked.
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One question was did he start with a title and work from there — and he even had to think about that one. Another question which is one I always ask other authors if I get the chance is whether he religiously plots his books and sticks to it. To my great satisfaction he said no, and admitted it sounded mad, but his characters drove the plot and you could never quite tell what they would do and where they would take you. Anyway I digress.
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He found himself a seat and once he was comfortable asked my name and whether I had enjoyed the evening as he personalised and signed my book. Even so I was on cloud nine.
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