Turns out Stephen King has changed his mind about not having a signing for his upcoming Full Dark, No Stars four-novella collection as one has been scheduled for Thursday, December 2nd, at RiverRun Bookstore in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Per StephenKing.comthe event will be held at RiverRun Bookstore, located at 20 Congress Street in downtown Portsmouth. This is a ticketed event.
PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE STORE!! You MUST email them immediately at email@example.com if you wish to attend.
The ticket price ($27.99) admits one person and includes ONE copy of Full Dark, No Stars. Tickets are limited to TWO per customer (to admit two people in). Mr. King will ONLY be signing this book. He will not be personalizing, and he won't be signing other books or memorabilia. Instead of a paper ticket, you will be required to show ID at the door, and we will check you off of a list.
You must be present at the signing in order to get your book. We will not be mailing signed books after this event.
Stephen King will sign for 400 people. We are able to sell an additional 50 standby tickets It is NOT a guarantee that Mr. King will sign these additional 50 books. If he doesn't get to them, RiverRun is happy to refund the ticket price.
In order to get a ticket, you MUST e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with a phone number to contact you at. RiverRun Bookstore will call you within 24 hours of your email if you are within the first 450 people to e-mail us. We will hold your ticket for up to 48 hours without payment, but reserve the right to sell your ticket if you do not pay during that time.
Once tickets are sold out, we will have an automatic response e-mail to notify you that all tickets are gone.
Ticket holders will be assigned a time to show up at the store and wait in line. Dress warmly, because you will have to wait outside for a period of time!
Mr. King will not pose for photos. Non-flash photography is allowed.
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