In an almost eery rerun of these days three weeks ago, when I checked Twitter yesterday morning during a
lull bout of procrastination at work, I saw this:
I’m heading out on a special book tour next month for evenings of conversation, Q&A and live performance. Deets here: http://t.co/NyAXn0rrAf
— Frank Turner (@frankturner) February 27, 2015
Imagine my utter delight to see that the book tour event in London would take place on the 26th. The day I chose to arrive in London (because the train fare was cheaper on Thursday and thus costs for the additional night would only be 30 EUR)! YES!
Five minutes later I had secured my ticket to “An Evening With Frank Turner”. Only after I had done that I checked where the venue would be and the details of the ticket itself. I
would have did gladly pay £28 just to see/hear Frank read from his book and tell stories and maybe do an acoustic version of a few songs… But the ticket includes a copy of the book! Which makes this an amazing deal, I think.
Only thing left for me to do was cancel my outstanding order of said book, which I had planned to pick up at Hatchards at St. Pancras / King’s Cross, directly after my arrival in London ;-).