When I took Grinfinn to the Fairhaven Steampunk Festival, I didn't realize there was more to the story than just a fun event across the border. The annual event is in memoriam to a young man who had attended the first event, but in 2012 died in an accident.
Did I ever tell you about the time I stayed in a haunted hotel and time travelled to Victorian era America? True story.
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.
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!
On August 13th I took a drive down to Birch Bay for their 2nd annual Rollback Weekend.
On October 1st, I participated in PechaKucha Night at the Richmond Public Library. A PechaKucha is a talk that is 20 slides that you can talk to for 20 seconds. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHaAOzNZQ_o The 12th volume of PechaKucha, entitled "Words Words Words," took place on Thursday, October 1, 2015 and was hosted by the Richmond Public Library … Continue reading PechaKucha 12 at the Richmond Public Library
The Spring Book Hatching was a resounding success! With anywhere from 300-500 people (depending on who you ask), we kept a packed house of revolving (meaning not the same all day) people who came out to meet their local authors. A big thanks goes out to the Spring Book Hatching planning committee, namely kc dyer, … Continue reading Spring Book Hatching 2007!