Tony Blair, UK’s former PM is taking no chances with getting one.
With Leona Lewis, the X Factor winner, being allegedly punched in the face at a book signing at Waterstone’s in Piccadilly, Tony Blair is making sure of extreme ‘face-saving’ measures.
Customers cannot be photographed with Blair, there will be no personal dedications, and all bags, backpacks and briefcases must be checked in, along with cameras and mobile phones, before meeting the former PM.
Blair proposes to meet his readers / fans at Waterstone’s in Piccadilly, London on 8th September to promote his autobiography ‘A Journey’. Blair was reportedly paid an advance of £4.6m for the book.
At JustBooks, the ‘Autobiographies’ section are highly sought after and we just can’t wait for this book to be released in India to add it to our shelves!
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