John Scalzi signed books!

The Hugo Award winner and author of the new novel "Lock In" joined us on 9/16 and left us with many signed copies of Redshirts and Lock In!

Events

Gibson's keeps an aggressive schedule of author events! We hold at least one event a week, sometimes two or three! (We take a break between Thanksgiving and Christmas, because we've found through trial and error that everyone is way too busy, tired, and overscheduled to drive through the cold, the dark, and the snow to come to author events.)

If you'd like to keep abreast of our events, you can either periodically check our upcomings events page for listings, follow us on Facebook (see the bottom of this page), or sign up for our weekly e-mail newsletter (see the left sidebar).

RSVP's on our Facebook page are appreciated (we never know how many people are going to attend, and it's rather nerve-wracking to guess at what is sufficient stock to order).

If you know you can't come (or think you might not make it, and you'd like to be safe), and you'd still like a signed copy of a book, we are more than happy to reserve one specifically for you for an author to sign. Call the store [(603) 224-0562] or stop in to do this.

We almost always make sure to get a few extra copies signed at events, in case someone forgot about the event and didn't reserve a copy. Signed books make excellent gifts!

 

New books, new trailers

Station Eleven has captivated several of our store staff, but Tracy was the first to write a review of it. Check it out!

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Bookstore events for the rest of September

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 6 PM      Local author and teacher Bishop O'Connell joins us to present his new fantasy novel, The Stolen, in which faeries not only kidnap mortal children but have traded in their ancient swords and horses for modern guns and sports cars. (Note time)
Thursday, Sept. 25, 7 PM     Mike Morin, a legendary figure in New Hampshire radio history, tells us all about his over four decades on the air in Fifty Shades of Radio.  Collected from his humor columns in the Nashua Telegraph, these stories include receiving death threats and naked pictures from elderly women (we hope not in the same envelope), being buried alive, and many more. 
WATCH for our email next week that will be dedicated to programs and events in October of special interest to BOOK CLUBS, TEACHERS, and FOLKS WHO READ TOO MANY BOOKS.

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