Have a Little Faith Book Tour Reaches Taiwan and Korea

Sep 8, 2010 | News | 0 comments


Mitch rang in September with a 10-day book tour in Taiwan and Korea.  The tour includes an opening night speech at the Tapei Convention Center, press interviews, lectures, bookstore signings, and even visits with high school students.

Upon his warm reception in Taiwan, Mitch reported in:

This is my first trip to Taiwan. I had no idea the people were so warm and friendly and familiar with my books. Apparently nearly one in every 23 people in Taiwan has read Tuesdays with Morrie. Six hundred people sat through a 90 minute speech with headphones on listening to translation. I can’t describe, as an author, how appreciated that makes you feel. I hope to always remember that sense of gratitude I was filled with.”

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