Tag: book launch

Thanks for the Lovely Launch!

Thanks to all the family, friends, writers and readers who braved the snow to attend my book launch on Sunday. It was so nice to see you. (Really, I couldn’t stop smiling.)   A huge thank-you to la Bibliothèque municipale de Gatineau for providing the room and…

Book Launch

Gatineau/Ottawa friends (and out-of-towners who enjoy a Sunday drive), please come out to the Aylmer (Lucy Faris) Public Library on Sunday, March 30, from 2:00-4:00 p.m., to celebrate the release of my latest middle-grade novel, 28 Tricks for a Fearless Grade 6. There will…

It’s On! Come to the Virtual Launch of Tesseracts 17

Here’s the live link to the online launch of Tesseracts 17: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast, hosted by BittenByBooks.com. LIVE LINK: http://bittenbybooks.com/?p=65782 The 24-hour launch is live, and people have been leaving comments and interacting for a few hours already. Pop…

Online Launch of Tesseracts 17 – this Wednesday

Want to win a $50 Amazon gift certificate? Want to chat with authors of speculative fiction from across Canada? Want to celebrate longstanding independent book publishers? Then please come to the virtual book launch of Tesseracts 17: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast,…

Book Launch Afterward (III)

Thanks to all the friends, neighbours, writers and readers who came out to the launch of my new releases on Sunday. It’s always touching to see so much community support, and it’s great to celebrate the birth of my new books, All Good Children and…

Book Launch – the Missing Fable

Writers, readers, book-buyers, teens and tweens in Canada’s national capital region on Sunday, October 30th, head over to Aylmer (Gatineau, Quebec) to celebrate the release of my two fall titles: 26 Tips for Surviving Grade 6, a middle-grade comedy from Lorimer, and All Good Children,…

Book Launch Afterword (II)

Success! About a hundred people showed up at my local library yesterday to help me celebrate the release of my first picture book, My Cat Isis, illustrated by Virginie Egger, published by Kids Can Press earlier this month. Yes, that read, “a hundred.” Good…

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