Smile If You Dare book launch on Thurs in Islington - COME

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#31 Post by Tom Angel »

Ramzy wrote:Thanks for the kind words and to those of you who managed to make it down - pretty nerve-wracking but I had fun. Tom, your book sounds amazing and I'll certainly be ordering it!
Please do! I'd really appreciate it, and my copy of Smile if you Dare can't arrive soon enough in my opinion - sounds very promising. My sincere congratulations - I'm only TOO familiar with rewrite and redrafts.
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#32 Post by Drem »

This Thursday in London: Ramzy in conversation about his book with Simon Warner at Burley Fisher Books
http://burleyfisherbooks.com/event/smil ... on-warner/
"I think it’s an amazingly good album, I’ve got to be honest with you. It’s one of the albums I feel most proud of. But for people who don’t really know us, and have a sort of an idea about us, ‘Electric’ is more what the Pet Shop Boys are meant to be."
(Neil Tennant, speaking about "Elysium" on the eve of "Electric" release.)

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#33 Post by Ramzy »

Oh dear, I forgot to mention this. Yes, please come along!
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#34 Post by MikeyC »

Wish I could attend! I've notified my PSB-loving London friends! I'll think of you as I'm enjoying Turkey here in the U.S.

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#35 Post by Sandy Shaw »

I would have loved to have been there but I was skating with Teleman (yes really) at Somerset House!
What's for supper?

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