Need a Signed Book for the Holidays?

Hi everyone! With the holidays coming up, I realized that some of you may (hopefully?) want signed books. I’ve reached an agreement with our fantastic local indie bookstore, Books Off the Beaten Path, to make that happen!

If you’d like a signed copy of Dearly, Departed, all you have to do is email* or call BOTBP (716-720-4917) and order as many copies as you like. I’ll sign them as they’re ordered (likely weekly), so depending on availability, they’ll soon be in the mail to you! Orders must be placed by December 19th.

Happy holidays!

* Please email if you can!

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  1. Giselle
    Nov 30, 2011

    I’d love a signed copy, but question..Does this apply to USA only?

  2. Miss Habel
    Miss Habel
    Nov 30, 2011

    I’m not sure – let me check with the owner. If she can’t do it, I can always collect the book from her and send it on!

  3. Miss Habel
    Miss Habel
    Nov 30, 2011

    You can definitely get one in Canada! Just email her at :D

  4. Cesya Cuono
    Nov 30, 2011

    Will they be personalized too? Not that the answer would change my decision in purchasing a signed copy :)

  5. Miss Habel
    Miss Habel
    Dec 1, 2011

    Hopefully, if she has her list of everyone who ordered! :D

  6. Darcey Mead
    Dec 9, 2011

    I’d love a signed copy but I’m curious as to how much they cost?

  7. Miss Habel
    Miss Habel
    Dec 9, 2011

    $21 even, according to the proprietor. :D

  8. Darcey Mead
    Dec 11, 2011

    Thank you so much!:) I just finished the book I can’t wait for Dearly, Beloved to come out. I’m wishing for a signed book for Christmas:) thank you for writing this amazing book!

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