I’m looking forward to having copies of Fearless Destiny for sale at Chapters and Woman of Substance and Moving On, too.
Chapters/Indigo was considerate to offer me the opportunity to sign close to Valentine’s Day. I look forward to seeing many friends and new customers during this time.
Wishing all of you moments of togetherness during this month of
When she read this article she felt that it related to Woman of Substance.
I think she is right as well. It is part of the issue in the novel.
Fatism — Who Do You Judge and Who Do You LOVE?
LAURA FENAMORE | JANUARY 15, 2013 | LIVING
This book is now available in the Regina Beach Public Library
Reading at Elsie Shirley Gallery, Regina Beach, SK
Karyn Good and I read from our novels. Eunice Cameron introduced Karyn Good www.karyngood.com who read two exciting scenes from her book Backlash. Eunice introduced me next and I read from chapter 1 of Moving On A Prairie Romance.
We had a draw and Karyn’s book was won by Janey while my book was won by Duana. We hope both of them enjoy their reads.
The audience was supportive and friendly and asked many questions. I estimate that two of the audience used e readers regularly. One audience member used an i Pad, while two others read on their computers. The rest of the audience is still coming to grips with the idea of electronic publishing.
While Karyn Good’s book Backlash will be available print on demand, and therefore a traditional book can be purchased but her book will also be available in many places on electronic sites.
My book, Moving On A Prairie Romance is not available in traditional print. I wish it could be only because many of my friends and supporters continue to read in print and are not ready to move into the e reader. But perhaps when they are the book will continue to be available.
I have approached South East Regional Library about including a copy of my novel in their lending library. I have not have a response to date.
Karyn Good and I donated a copy of Love, Loss and Other Oddities: Tales from Saskatchewan to the Regina Beach Library.
Love, Loss and Other Oddities is in the Saskatchewan Book section of Chapters. There are eight copies left on the shelf. So take a trip and check out Saskatchewan books, especially stories that warm the heart, frighten you and make you ponder.