Today is the first day of school for many kids across the country, so it seems a fitting time to do a round-up of my fall events. Here is the schedule thus far: Sept 13: CANSCAIP September Meeting, 7pm I'll be chatting social media with a CanLit dream team consisting of Lena Coakley, Cheryl Rainfield, and … Continue reading Fall 2013 Events
It's party time! If you're in the Toronto area on Tuesday, May 28th come celebrate the launch of SUMMER DAYS, STARRY NIGHTS with me at one of my favourite Junction hotspots, 3030. Starting at 7pm, this is an all ages event and will feature a reading by yours truly and a performance by the amazing … Continue reading Summer Days, Starry Nights Toronto Launch: Party Like it’s 1962!
October is my favourite month. It's pumpkin pie, salted-caramel hot chocolate, and boots season. The air smells like woodsmoke and apples and everywhere you look the leaves are shirking their uniform greenness and letting their colours show. Plus their are two fantastic holidays, Thanksgiving and Halloween! Feasts and costumes! Who doesn't love October?! So it … Continue reading October Kid Lit Events Round-up
My summer/fall dance card is filling up with a number of fun, bookish events: New Tecumseth Public Library Writing Workshop- July 24th, New Tecumseth ON The wonderful staff at New Tecumseth public library are holding a teen writing contest which I will be judging along with 3 other distinguished judges. If you are a teen … Continue reading Upcoming Events & Workshops
In two weeks I am hitting the road to visit my hometown of Woodstock, Ontario for a signing event at Merrifield's Bookshop. I had such a lovely reception last year for Words That Start With B that I thought I would do it all over again! I will be signing from 1:00-2:30pm on Saturday, November … Continue reading HOME is a Four Letter Word: Book Signing at Merrifield’s Bookshop in Woodstock, ON
This Saturday, November 20th, I will be returning home to Woodstock, ON for a signing at Merrifield's Book Shop. This is the bookstore I went to as a child, so returning as an author is a little bit surreal and very exciting. Although I never name the town where all the action takes place, Words That Start … Continue reading B is for (homeward) Bound