Two Wednesdays in a row and I was on stage

I was there.

I was there.

On Wednesday August 14, 2013 I was one of the readers at this even organized by the Saskatchewan Writers Guild.
I shared the grass with Host: Coby Stephenson, and poet Courtney Bates

I read from Woman of Substance and sold books in the sunshine. Because August 14, 2013 was also the day Woman of Substance was in Read My Book, it was a red dress day.

August 14, 2014  Words in the Park

August 14, 2014
Words in the Park

Hostess with the most to enjoy

Hostess with the most to enjoy

On August 21, 2013 I was the hostess at the Words in the Park. It was my great pleasure to introduce
Marion Beck Cassie Stocks,
And a new arrival into Saskatchewan, Garry Thomas Morse

This event wasn’t about me however I was the fortunate person to introduce these talented writers to the audience in Victoria Park,
As you can tell, from Wednesday August 14 to Wednesday August 21, 2013 it was an absolutely fabulous time for this author and others who participated in Words in The Park. But it was also a good time for those who stopped over their lunch hour and were read to as they ate their sandwich and salad.

Words in the Park


Tomorrow, August 14, 2013 I will be reading from Woman of Substance at this event. Hope to see you there.

Join us on August 14 for the fourth installment of Words in the Park readings this summer.

Host: Coby Stephenson
Readers: Courtney Bates, Annette Bower

Readers’ bios:

Courtney Bates is a Masters candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Regina, currently working on a collection of fairy tale poems. She has been published in FourW, Vine Leaves, The Fieldstone Review, Spring, and Carousel. Her chapbook, Sea Foam, illustrated by Regina artist, Faith Logan, will come out in the fall with JackPine Press. In her spare time, she blogs at “Must I Write.”

Annette Bower is a writer of short stories and novels. She walks, bicycles, or ice skates in this park gathering inspiration for her stories about women and men in love, searching for love, or lost without love. Be forewarned, your T shirt, or your particular way of sitting, or talking, or touching may appear in one of her stories.

I'll be there.

I’ll be there.