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Neil Gaiman is in town!

<p>And it's his biggest book signing event, too!</p>
| Mar 16, 2010
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It's been three years since bestselling author Neil Gaiman was in town and revealed that yes, Filipinos still do read! Then, the author of books like Sandman comic book series, Coraline, and Stardust to name a few was here to judge the 2nd Philippine Graphic Fiction Awards. [firstpara]
Well, well, well. Filipino fans will be most pleased to know that Gaiman is back in town and will be signing autographs come Thursday, March 18.The book signing event happens at the Powerplant Mall North Court from 4 to 8pm.

All you need to get a Book Signing Pass is purchase P2000 worth of Neil Gaiman books from any Fully Booked branch in Luzon. If you must know, there's a huge branch in Bonifacio High Street, another one in Powerplant Mall, there's a quiet Fully Booked branch at the EDSA Shangri-La hotel, and another one at The Promenade in Greenhills. There's also a branch in Gateway, Cubao, SM Mall of Asia, SM North EDSA, Trinoma, Eastwood, and at the Ayala Marquee Mall.

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You can also get a a change of having your books signed by attending the 3rd Philippine Graphic Fiction Awards on March 17, 7pm at the Rockwell Tent in Makati cCity. You might be one of 100 lucky Gaiman fans to win book signing slots! The book signing will take place on the same night. Entrance to the event is free of charge.

You can have up to two (2) of your favorite Gaiman books signed by the famed author. 

Neil Gaiman and Fully Booked initiated the “Philippine Graphic Fiction Awards” in 2005, after Gaiman visited the country for the first time. During that visit Gaiman and Fully Booked decided to help spur the growth of unrealistic fiction in the country, after the author realized that “there is already a fine tradition of realistic fiction in Filipino literature.” 

For more information visit: Rockwell is the event’s exclusive venue partner.

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