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The Meet-Up and Book Signing is Monday!!



By Dave Shute

MEET THE AUTHORS MONDAY APRIL 20

The easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Visit co-authors Josh and I, plus the contributor of the “Jim’s Gem’s” vignettes in The easy Guide, Jim Korkis, will meet our fans–if there are any–and sign our books Monday.

We’ll be in Epcot outside the Liberty Inn in the American Pavilion Monday, April 20 from 7p until the line for Soarin goes down a bit.

We’ll sign pretty much anything but especially one of our (or Jim’s) books.

We’ll also have some giveaways, especially for those who are around right at 7p.  Some books, likely, and for sure some other loot donated by my friends at Destinations in Florida!!

(Nothing for sale though–if you want to get the book, you are stuck with Amazon. Amazon will deliver to your hotel, in appropriate plain brown packaging so no one else will know…)

The easy Guide Team - Dave Josh and Jim!
That’s me and Josh on the left from December, and on the right Jim as Merlin at the Magic Kingdom from a while ago.

Meet us at Epcot, just outside and to the left of the Liberty Inn in the American Pavilion Monday, April 20 from 7p until the line for Soarin goes down a bit!

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