Yesterday afternoon, on a short trip to New York City, I popped into Barnes and Noble at 555 Fifth Avenue, and signed a copy of my book that they had:
As far as I can see through their website, it is still available, and here’s a closer shot that will help you find it (look in Graphic & Web Design section; don’t ask me why):
Tip: per B&N website, you can reserve online “and pick up in 60 minutes at your local store.”
Today many of us are buying our books online, and because of this on the where to buy page I haven’t even listed physical bookstores. That’s unfair… My book is available from many brick-n-mortar book sellers, and today I’ve decided to start something new: with all the travel (often in conjunction with the speaking) that I do, I thought — why not start walking into these physical bookstores, autographing the copies of my book that they have, blogging and tweeting about it, and helping them sell more of them.
So, today I went to the closest Barnes and Noble store (in Alexandria, VA), and autographed a copy of my book, which they kindly immediately put on display with a sticker “Autographed Book”:
The above autographed copy, should you be interested in grabbing it, is available at Barnes & Noble Booksellers on 3651 Jefferson Davis Highway, Alexandria, VA 22305. The B&N price is nearly identical to Amazon‘s; so, you may actually reserve your copy online, and then go pick it up in-store.