I’m now stuck at Customs in Korea. The Chinese printer sent me to Korea to be printed because of the problems in China. So I won’t be there for my own book launch tomorrow at Barnes and Noble. What can a mouse do? I was supposed to fly home to Hawaii today.
I’m going to be a few days late. I’m very sorry. The good thing is, the Koreans at Customs are treating me very nicely and I’m sated with Korean Kim Cheese. It’s chili pepper hot, probably too hot for your delicate stomach.
What are you doing tomorrow without my books?
Wordsworth in Korea
Not to worry. My publisher and Barnes & Noble have worked it all out. I will read Wordsworth! Stop the Bulldozer! using the copy of the manuscript that was sent to the printer. So it will have all the illustrations.
I will sign Wordsworth book plates and this will be given to people who pre-order your book. See, as we used to say in Hawaii, ain’t no beeg deal.
You may as well enjoy some sights in Korea. Enjoy the kim cheese. You have seen more of the world than I have these past few weeks.
See you soon,