This year's young author's conference looked quite a bit different than it has in years past. It's my favourite conference, and one that I look forward to every year all year.
2017 had a pretty rough start for me,but it finished extremely strong. When I look back on the year I feel pretty happy about the accomplishments I have made. I'm almost done my lib tech course, I began learning the ukulele, adopted a dog, took some road trips, wrote a new book, started submitting my work to publishers, and I met a really amazing woman.
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 Saturday, August 25th, I participated in Pandora Collective's Summer Dream Literary Arts Festival. I was a featured author in the children's author tent, where I gave a 30-minute talk about what inspires me as a writer. Later that day, I gave a one-hour talk on publishing - focusing on the difference between getting paid to publish … Continue reading Summer Dreams Literary Arts Festival