Arsenal books

So Paddy got up – all the info you need

As I’m sure you’re aware the launch of the Arseblog book ‘So Paddy got up – an Arsenal anthology’ takes place tomorrow evening.

Here’s what the book looks like, except it’s even nicer in real life.

So Paddy got up - an Arsenal anthology

Here’s the info you need in easily digestable form.

WHEN? - Wednesday, December 7th – 7pm

WHERE? - The Tollington, Hornsey Rd, London.

WHO? - I’ll be there along with a load of the other contributors who will be happy to chat and sign your book should you so wish.

HOW MUCH? – The book is £20. This is a very limited edition hardback.

BEER? - BYOB (Buy your own beer) but there’s lots of it, what with it being a pub an’ all. The fantastic staff at The Tollington will keep the pints flowing, I’m sure.

WHAT IF I CAN’T GET TO THE LAUNCH? – The book will be available to buy through the website but not until Monday, December 12th.

DIGITAL? - Yes, it will be available via Kindle, iTunes and the usual ebook retailers. Details to follow in the next couple of days.

IMPORTANT – Please note that there are only two ways to get the physical book. Either at the launch tomorrow or via arseblog.com. If you see it listed at Amazon or any other online store please do not try and order it from there. They will not have any copies of the book to sell and will have to cancel your order.

So, that’s it, fingers crossed everything is clear and I hope to see some of you there tomorrow.

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Fan of Arsenal, Robert Pires and most everything to do with rum and whiskey. Writer, podcaster, ace flintknapper, sluggish centre-half. Smiter of those that ought to be smote.

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  1. [...] Right, that’s yer lot for this morning. It’s an early start as me and Mrs Blogs are heading for the airport now and hopefully we’ll see plenty of you later at The Tollington for the book launch. All the details are here. [...]

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  3. [...] as I said yesterday, the book ‘So Paddy got up‘ will be available today in The Tollington, if you’re in there it’ll be pretty [...]

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