Deep in my Sasquatch writing cave
Dear Bloggowers, if you've been wondering where I've been lately, I've been deep in my Sasquatch writing cave preparing for some up coming presentations.
I'll be presenting at the Calgary Young Writer's Conference (put on by the Calgary Board of Education) at the end of the month. Looking forward to spending the day with some super keen kids who are giving up their saturday to learn more about writing.
It's a Crime not to Read asked me back again this year, so I'll be presenting in four schools. It's a great early literacy program that involves the Calgary Police, the Calgary Public Library, Calgary Board of Education, and Calgary Rotary.
Then I'll be going into a high school to talk about what it's like having a career as a writer.
Monkey Shines Book Store invited me to their final book club meeting of the year. It will have a year end book club party feel to it (cake for the youngings and wine for the oldins).
That's Tuesday April 26th at 7 pm. There are still spots open - it's a kid and adult club where both read the books. We'll be discussing both Dead Frog on the Porch and Dead Bird through the Cat Door .
And just in case I'm not spreading my self around enough - Deb Marshal of Just Deb blog fame will post, on Monday, an interview she did with me. She's a library lady and story teller who shares her passion for reading and writing books for children and young adults. And she's an all round positive person and enthusiastic supporter of the children's writing community.
Phew ... time for a nap ...
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