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What's it like to give out autographs?

For instance, signing books.

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tynamite
tynamite's avatar When I was 18 and 19 I wrote 2 novels. I write realistic stories about urban life.

my 2 books

familiarity breaks printout stacked

leah behind a fence

My handwriting looks like this.

familiarity breaks blurb

properties of solids liquids and gases

I signed the book to a friend from Canada and some old school teachers.

It felt great me signing the autograph because I had a finished book in front of me that took 6 months or 1 month to write, the fruits of my labour, and because someone had cared enough about me and my book for them to ask me to sign it. It also made me feel a bit famous in a way, because fame is relative, meaning that a person with 5 fans isn't going to feel sad about signing something because they haven't got 50 fans for example. A person with a bachelors degree isn't going to feel sad because they don't have a masters. They would both feel the same. I wondered about more ways I could get either famous or rich, because I'd been paid to sell a signed book.

I have a signature that I use that isn't me writing my name, but the nearest scanner is 2 hours away so I can't post it in the foreseeable future. You'll just have to make do with my name at the top of the sheet about water above.

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