Beechworth author Callum Clegg proved a hit at his first Albury-based book signing on Sunday.
Callum, who has cerebral palsy, can only use one finger to type.
But he hasn’t let that stop him.
The 28-year-old sold and signed eight copies of My Christmas Tales in just one and a half hours.
His mother, Jenny Clegg, said they were ecstatic and thanked Dymocks for their help and generosity.
“A couple lined up at some stage and I said ‘Don’t worry, they’ll wait,” she said.
“He’s pretty stoked about it, I say it was well deserved, Callum’s done a good job.
“They all asked when next book come out, so I won’t be able to retire!”
Callum is having another book signing at Quercus Books, Beechworth from 10am on Monday.
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