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“Goodbye Crackernight” Now Available at Newslink Stores, Sydney Domestic Airport

22 January 2010

GOODBYE CRACKERNIGHT NOW AVAILABLE ON KINDLE AND IN PAPERBACK AT AMAZON. ALSO AT DYMOCKS BOOKSTORES.

"Goodbye Crackernight" by Justin Sheedy

“Goodbye Crackernight” by Justin Sheedy

Hi, All.  I’m glad to report that Goodbye Crackernight is now available (copies signed) at both Newslink bookstores at Sydney Domestic Airport Terminals 2 & 3.  In fact I spent all afternoon and into the early evening haranguing store customers to buy it.  And, gadzooks, they did.  It should be in both Newslink stores at the International Terminal any day now, also the five Melbourne Airport Newslink stores plus Virgin Books & Entertainment – I’ll be flying down to sign copies and harangue there.  Soon also Adelaide.

Huge thanks to all Newslink staff for their outstanding co-operation today, as well as to those at Virgin Books & Entertainment and Watermark Books.  Where I also harangued.

A very special thanks also to the person who has made the whole thing possible, Peggy Miedlar, book-buyer at Lagardere Asia Pacific, parent company for all the stores mentioned.

Nor the Years Condemn by Justin SheedyJUSTIN SHEEDY’S LATEST BOOK, NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN, NOW AN EBOOK AT SMASHWORDS AND AS PRINT-ON-DEMAND PAPERBACK AT AMAZON – CLICK HERE. GREAT REVIEWS! CLICK HERE

NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN NOW AVAILABLE AT DYMOCKS GEORGE ST SYDNEY, MACQUARIE CENTRE, CHATSWOOD, BROADWAY, BONDI JUNCTION, ROUSE HILL & CAMBERWELL (VIC) STORES!

ALSO NOW AT GLEEBOOKS, BERKELOUW BOOKS PADDINGTON AND THE AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. 24 January 2010 11:48 am

    Justin, Good work! Going to Melbourne on Feb 8 to meet up with Kerry & the gang at Sid Harta. Will pick one up at the airport.
    cheers leon

  2. 24 January 2010 12:03 pm

    Good on you, Leon, and thanks.

    Hope all well with you and “Behind the Rock”.

    Please do let me know if you pick one up – Sydney Airport’s covered, supposed to be in the Melbourne stores any day now.

    Cheers
    Justin.

  3. 25 January 2010 8:33 am

    I had to look up the word “harangued” and then was stuck on “gadzooks”…

  4. 25 January 2010 9:06 am

    Hiya, Matt. Hope all well with you and Famiglia.

    Yes, “to harangue”: Dictionary.com defines it as “a long, passionate, and vehement speech, esp. one delivered before a public gathering.”

    Which is apt because this is what I did at the stores… Customers cowering, buying.

    “Gadzooks” is an archaic interjection, also according to Dictionary.com derived from “God’s hooks” ie the nails on Christ’s cross.

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