Terry can’t visit every city, town, and berg on Earth sadly. That means sometimes his fans have to travel.
For this tour, the winning prize probably goes to Denis and Alexandre. They first made a pilgrimage from France to Seattle, WA to see firsthand some of the settings in A Knight of the Word and Armageddon’s Children (the Underground tour, John Ross’s living space, the Hammer Man, etc.). Then they went to Highlands Ranch to see Terry himself.
Terry told them to send pictures into the website. They did. According to them, meeting Terry was a “great moment, magic.” And not only that, they want a small role in the future TV show, “maybe as Rovers.”
As a fan of Terry’s, I love this stuff! Just goes to show, if you really want to meet Terry, you will let nothing stand in your way! Not an ocean, that’s for sure!
12 responses to “When Fans Travel Great Distances”
I had a MUCH shorter trip (70 mi) to Highlands Ranch, but it was great seeing Terry again. Thanks for patiently signing everyones books Terry! Hope all the good news on TV and movies pans out.
Was there news about TV and Movies ? What did I miss ?
In Minneapolis, although intentionally no details, a “Magic Kingdom” movie (Steve Carrell signed to star) and an Elfstones TV series announced. Watch this website for details.
Really? Do not toy with us!
Where the heck was I? I am sorry I missed seeing these fellows. Happy they also took the time to post the photos.
I bet you were off buying books… Birthday Girl. 🙂
I hardly needed to drive a full hour and I wasn’t able to make it. I even knew it was here and everything. =( So sorry I missed it.
One day you pick a book without knowing what is it, the next you learn english to read the others, the following you met your favorite author on the other side of the earth.
There is magic on this books.
Thanks Shawn, thanks Terry !
This is amazing. And I thought *I* traveled far to meet Terry last year! 4 hours 🙂 He really is great!
Meeting Terry was a dream, and it came true. So yeah, Terry’s magic of the Word truly is incredible. Thanks for everything and keep making us dream through your books!
I was gonna mention how a friend and I travelled five hours to see him. But then I was this and was like, “Damn…”
Wow! And I thought driving four hours was a long trip!