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!
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,
#instagram 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!
I had a fabulous time travelling around Manitoba for Book Week 2016, and I cannot thank all the fans, librarians, teachers and students enough for that.
I got the opportunity to meet students at Crocus Plains School, Ravenscourt School, Wellington School, Samuel Burland School, MacGregor Elementary and Yellowquill, and many other fabulous students along the way at libraries and events.
Thank you so much for the memories!
|TD Canadian Book Week 2016
Brandon, Winnipeg & Portage la Prairie
|Coles Book Store
Shoppers Mall, Brandon, MB
6:30 – 8pm
|Brandon Branch Library
10:30 – 11:30am
Neepawa Branch Library
2 – 3pm
|Portage la Prairie Library
Portage la Prairie, MB
11:15am – 12:15pm
Whodunnit Bookstore – 165 Lilac Street
|Pinawa Library Branch
2:15 – 3:15pm
|Coles Bookstore Kildonan Place
12:30 – 2:30pm
This year I was honored to support two Book City locations in Toronto, the St. Clair and Yonge store and then, the Beaches store. What a fantastic day for independent bookstores! Thank you to everyone who came out!
If you’re in Toronto this weekend, I’d love to see you!