This Saturday I'll be at the Coles bookstore with four other amazing authors of young adult fiction. We'll be there to chat about books, sell our latest novels, and generally just have a good time. If you're in the area, consider stopping in and saying hello!
I'm pretty excited about attending this conference again this year! Not only does it mean a roadtrip to Kamloops, but I also get to meet some fantastic authors both of the professional and aspiring kind.
Last night I had the pleasure of seeing long-time friend Jeremy Tankard launch his newest creation, Hungry Bird, at Vancouver Kidsbooks. As a library tech who does storytimes with preschoolers, I'm familiar with his other books. A favourite with the kids is Grumpy Bird, as you can read the book as an interactive with the … Continue reading Jeremy Tankard’s Hungry Bird Booklaunch
At noon today I'm doing a reading on a pop-up radio station called Leave Your Mark FM outside the Richmond Cultural Centre. In honour of the event, you can get the Kindle version of Rise of the One-Eyed King FREE. For more information on the pop up radio station, follow this link!
A workshop on action at the Cloverdale library.
This was the final day in the Chocolate and Chat Rocky Mountain Road Tour. Whew! After seven days we did nine venues - seven bookstores and two libraries. Sometimes we had great turnouts, and sometimes we had modest turnouts. (Yes, at one stop we even outnumbered the audience.) Yet, no matter what the outcome, this … Continue reading Final Day of C&C Rocky Mountain Road Tour
So far, this has been a whirlwind tour where every stop is different than the last. I must admit that last night when kc and I arrived at our "home," (kc's sister was nice enough to give us a roof over our heads,) I was so exhausted that I just went to sleep.So, what was … Continue reading Chocolate and Chat Tour – Day Four
Also be sure to check out the tour over at kc dyer's blog.