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Interviews: AMOL Signing Report - KJacobs





Feb 16th, 2013




Milford, NH


AMOL Book Tour


Amato Center for the Performing Arts




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    Had a great time yesterday at the signing in Milford NH!

    @Wetlandernw—Fantastic job on the crossword—not easy by any stretch, and some really interesting clues. It was obvious that you put a lot of work into it, so thank you for all of your efforts! I even managed to win one of the awesome WOT backpacks with my single raffle ticket that I earned by answering one of the trivia questions taken from the puzzle. :)

    Catfish @128—thanks for posting—we weren't able to hear all three of your questions, so I had been wondering what we missed!

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    I managed to get in one question of my own: Do we know how many total letters Verin wrote, and did they all reach their intended destinations?

    Brandon Sanderson

    Brandon smiled, and of course said, "Well, I know, but you don't." :) I immediately rephrased to 'Will we know?', to which he responded that yes, all of the letters were delivered, and he believed that further details were forthcoming in the Encyclopedia.


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    The evening ran very late—the event was scheduled from 2:00-5:00 and the signing portion started at 3:00; we made it through the line around 6:15, and there must have been at least 50-60 people still waiting behind us. The theater could seat 460, and I estimate that the crowd reached somewhere in the neighborhood of 375-400. Poor Brandon was definitely feeling under the weather, and his voice was pretty rough, but he was incredibly warm & gracious with his time regardless. My husband got some nice pictures, but I can't quite figure out how to post them into the thread. :(

    All in all, a very memorable day!