I finally got around to ordering myself a car sticker to advertise the book (and it looks great in the back of my car, alongside my original 1977 194 Radio City car sticker (thanks Ed!) I have also stocked up on some key rings. These look pretty fab too. If you ever need to order anything like this, I can recommend contacting Phil Dunford at Cleaford.co.uk, as they are quick, professional and reasonably priced.
I finally managed to spend the day in Liverpool yesterday, and will soon have some books on sale at the Tourist Information Offices, and Heritage Projects at the Albert Dock.
Now that things are taking off without the need for me to be so involved, I will be withdrawing my book from eBay listings very soon. Obviously it costs me to list on here, and the book is widely available both in shops and through the internet, often at a cheaper deal than I can offer, but if any of you do experience problems finding a copy, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have been having discussions with Collette Lowe, who is the person in charge of Give A Child A Chance at Radio City and Magic 1548. There is the strong possiblity I might be involved in staging some kind of event over the late summer or early autumn, not only to promote the book, but also to raise some money for GACAC. Watch this space for news of exactly what will happen, but hopefully it will be a kind of 'Retro Fest' with some original 194 people attending. If any of you have any ideas, or could help out in any way, let me know.