Report courtesy of Dennis Fanning and ProWrestling.net …
I arrived two hours early to have just 10 people ahead of me, which was great because I had a long drive ahead of me. Offhand, I would say there was at least 250-300 people by the time the signing started. The crowd ranged from 20-40 year olds, with pretty much no sign of kids, which is a nice change of pace.
Chris started signing around 7:10. As was the case when I went in 2007 for the first book’s signing, they wrote your name on a sticky note and when it’s your turn, you got to sit down next to him, and chat while he signed your book, and then he posed for a picture.
Like always, Chris was very polite and seemed like he wanted to be there, and looked like he was having fun. When it was my turn, we talked Fozzy, which he was more than happy to discuss, along with the usual “When are you coming back?” question. If Chris comes to your area I highly recommend you see him.