I’m speaking at the East Bound Conference on June 7th, and for the first time for my Newfoundland fans, I will be available for book signings!
I’m on-stage at 8:15 on Friday, June 7th as part of a panel discussion
Breaking through the Noise: How to Increase the Canadian Presence for Books in a Digital World: Case studies in other media
But I will be at the conference as an attendee for the rest of the time, so
ping me on Twitter if you’re going!
Gotta love this event title and the panellists I am thrilled to be included with! Come by Ryerson on Tuesday and hear how we balance our “Double Lives.”
UPDATE: They posted the talk, so if you missed it, catch up here:
If you’re in the Toronto area, I’ll be speaking at the
March 21st Sisters in Crime event at the Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch, 40 Orchard View Blvd!
Come by and hear all about Portia’s transition from YA detective to adult.
RSVP on Facebook here, and please help spread the word!
Come on down to Queen Books next Sunday, kids, and we’ll start your very own mystery! 914 Queen St E!
I’d love to see some familiar faces out there at the Canadian Writers’ Summit!
My dear friend
is holding her Alisha Sevigny second book launch tomorrow night, so if you’re in Toronto, come by and raise a glass!
It’s been quite a week, and I have to say, speaking to the students at the
Emerge 2018 conference was super-fun. What an inspiring group of motivated humans! I can’t wait to see them strut their stuff out in the world!
I got the opportunity to present to a couple of wonderful Grade 5 classes in Markham this week. It really is one of my favourite things to do as an author, to get kids excited about reading and writing mysteries. Thanks again for having me Ms. Stam and Ms. Mirza!
Full house today for the Mystery Workshop at Queen Books!
Thanks to everyone who came out to
Queen Books today and wrote a fine mystery story of their own!
Christie at the Yonge-Eglinton Indigo Chapters is hosting a #ReadTheNorth Kids edition, and all the Portia Adams Adventures are featured!
If you buy 1/11 of these stamped copies of No Matter How Improbable or Thrice Burned at Yonge & Eg in Toronto, it & I’ll send you an eBook of Jewel of the Thames!
HINT: Joyce and I are standing on the second floor right over the display!