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KatieTheFish
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Post by KatieTheFish »

Wow! This is great! All borders stores? That's well cool!
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Post by HeavenlyAngel14 »

I am definatly coming! thanks so much for getting it organised! this is going to be soo cool!
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This sucks =[

I live in the East Midlands, near Sheffield. We don't have a car so I'd have to get a train and stop over in wherever I'm going. I don't have any other people who I know that live close who are interested in the book and I probably wouldn't be allowed to travel alone to Birmingham.

We don't have a Waterstone's anywhere closer than Sheffield and we don't have a Borders at all. Just a WHSmith and a Tesco...

I've pre-ordered my copy and plan to pick it up when the store opens in the morning. It's a shame because I really wanted to go to a party...
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TwilightSheep wrote:This sucks =[

I live in the East Midlands, near Sheffield. We don't have a car so I'd have to get a train and stop over in wherever I'm going. I don't have any other people who I know that live close who are interested in the book and I probably wouldn't be allowed to travel alone to Birmingham.

We don't have a Waterstone's anywhere closer than Sheffield and we don't have a Borders at all. Just a WHSmith and a Tesco...

I've pre-ordered my copy and plan to pick it up when the store opens in the morning. It's a shame because I really wanted to go to a party...
are you sure you wouldnt be able to make it? i think we have others from sheffield coming to the birmingham party :)
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Post by RainyForks »

cullenist wrote:EMERGENCY! BREAKING DAWN RELEASE PARTIES NATIONWIDE!

Everyone, I have had another response from Borders and it seems there will be BREAKING DAWN RELEASE PARTIES AT BORDERS NATIONWIDE!

"By the way, you may want to let you friends know that ALL Borders stores around the country will be holding some activities on Saturday 2nd to celebrate the release."

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

WOO!!!!
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Clairbear wrote:
TwilightSheep wrote:This sucks =[

I live in the East Midlands, near Sheffield. We don't have a car so I'd have to get a train and stop over in wherever I'm going. I don't have any other people who I know that live close who are interested in the book and I probably wouldn't be allowed to travel alone to Birmingham.

We don't have a Waterstone's anywhere closer than Sheffield and we don't have a Borders at all. Just a WHSmith and a Tesco...

I've pre-ordered my copy and plan to pick it up when the store opens in the morning. It's a shame because I really wanted to go to a party...
are you sure you wouldnt be able to make it? i think we have others from sheffield coming to the birmingham party :)
I don't have a car, no one in my family drives, it'd have to be by train and I can't really afford it after buying my A-Level readin books
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TwilightSheep wrote:
Clairbear wrote:
TwilightSheep wrote:This sucks =[

I live in the East Midlands, near Sheffield. We don't have a car so I'd have to get a train and stop over in wherever I'm going. I don't have any other people who I know that live close who are interested in the book and I probably wouldn't be allowed to travel alone to Birmingham.

We don't have a Waterstone's anywhere closer than Sheffield and we don't have a Borders at all. Just a WHSmith and a Tesco...

I've pre-ordered my copy and plan to pick it up when the store opens in the morning. It's a shame because I really wanted to go to a party...
are you sure you wouldnt be able to make it? i think we have others from sheffield coming to the birmingham party :)
I don't have a car, no one in my family drives, it'd have to be by train and I can't really afford it after buying my A-Level readin books
aw that sucks. im lucky in that although i live closer to london (trains are expensive there though) my aunt lives in wolverhampton. and shes read the series so im sure she'll understand. if you like, i could find out if anyone in the group could give you a lift? or they could pick you up closer to birmingham, so you wouldnt have to pay as much?
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Clairbear wrote:
TwilightSheep wrote:
Clairbear wrote:
TwilightSheep wrote:This sucks =[

I live in the East Midlands, near Sheffield. We don't have a car so I'd have to get a train and stop over in wherever I'm going. I don't have any other people who I know that live close who are interested in the book and I probably wouldn't be allowed to travel alone to Birmingham.

We don't have a Waterstone's anywhere closer than Sheffield and we don't have a Borders at all. Just a WHSmith and a Tesco...

I've pre-ordered my copy and plan to pick it up when the store opens in the morning. It's a shame because I really wanted to go to a party...
are you sure you wouldnt be able to make it? i think we have others from sheffield coming to the birmingham party :)
I don't have a car, no one in my family drives, it'd have to be by train and I can't really afford it after buying my A-Level readin books
aw that sucks. im lucky in that although i live closer to london (trains are expensive there though) my aunt lives in wolverhampton. and shes read the series so im sure she'll understand. if you like, i could find out if anyone in the group could give you a lift? or they could pick you up closer to birmingham, so you wouldnt have to pay as much?
That would be cool, I'd have to clear it with my mum. She won't let me travel to meet someone I've been friends with for five years so...
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Post by Clairbear »

yeh. i can see why that might be a problem!
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Post by livy »

Im so happy that we're getting release parties!!!!
The one in Liverpool is looking good, gunna call the person this weekend to gather some ideas.
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