I'm honoured to find that the book is featured on the world's first electronic book signing on Facebook - it's in the group Alice in Wonderland Movies Photography and Art This group has gone from zero to nearly 500 members in a few weeks, and is a must for any Alice collectors as well as anyone intrigued by the Alice phenomenon.

What happens at an electronic book signing? Well, the way it works is that anyone who has a copy of the book can contact me either by the book's own Facebook page, or via the contact form of this site. Then I write the dedication and email it back to the person. They can then print it out on the paper of their choice and either stick it in the book or insert it loosely into the book.

From the author's point of view it sure beats sitting in a bookshop hoping and praying that someone somewhere will stop and take a blind bit of notice of you and your pile of books - not that I have ever done it myself, but I've heard a few stories. I've had several enquiries already and it's really nice to feel that I'm making personal contact with readers who buy the book.

Thanks to Clarissa who sent this photo of a very pretty display in Haight St. San Francisco. I love the card backdrop and specially like the toadstool with the teapot on it, which you can just see at the right of the picture.