Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Bookstore Surprise

I walked into a bookstore in downtown Toronto last weekend, and saw this!

18 comments:

LoyallyLOST said...

WOW! The first book that catches your eye is LOST! Way to go!
*COOL! First one on here!!!:-)))*

Erin said...

That is SUPER cool. I love how prominently yours is displayed, too!

Stephen 'Socks' Bowron said...

Haha EPIC!
They should have sections purely for Lost... Fiction and guidebooks... And then every book ever referenced in the show too haha.

Bridget said...

that is so cool!!!

Ian said...

Yah...I saw a display like that in downtown Vancouver last nite too.

Marebabe said...

How incredibly awesomesauce! I'm trying to think of a similar experience in my own life, and can't think of a thing. Did you already know you had "arrived" as an author? :)

humanebean said...

Oh, MAN. People in Toronto have ALL the fun. I'm going out now to petition my local bookstore to get with the times!

scrvet said...

If I owned a bookstore I would definitely do this.

Joan Crawford said...

Ha! In your face lower-down-Jack-Kerouac!


Congratulations Nikki :D

The Question Mark said...

WOOOOOO!
Dark Tower, represent! LoL

Nurse Brian said...

Yay, congratulations Nikki!

AchingHope said...

Yay! :D That's exciting!

JS said...

Nice

The Lost Goose said...

Did you ask permission before putting that sign up Nikki? LOL! (Just teasing - congratulations), I can't wait for the book. Fancy coming Down Under to promote it?

Bhixma said...

Congratulations! :)
Do you know when Amazon begins to distribute your book? I have pre-ordered it long time ago...
Thanks!

abi said...

amazing that they have put your book up there, that must have been such a fantastic experience to see it there.

Dale said...

Nikki, you totally deserve to be front and center! Congrats!

paleoblues said...

Amazon estimates a shipping date of November 5th.

Has any one seen a picture of the island replica included with the complete series set posted anywhere? I almost bought the set just for the map. I'm curious if locations are labelled or is it just a relief map? Any info about the map would be appreciated.