Word on the Street is back, baby, and you know I’m going to be there.
Did I Mention That I’m Doing a Thing?
Last year, I attended the annual Toronto Pagan Pride Day festival, where I did a reading from Black Wolf and met some pretty cool people. I’ll be joining them again this year, but since there’s a pox on all our houses, the festivities will be online, with presentations on the first Saturday of every month from October 2020 to March 2021.
The day I have been waiting for all these years is finally here! (And no, it’s not my wedding, I really don’t need that kind of negativity in my life.) It’s my book launch, which is much more like a baby shower for a baby that took four years to give birth to.
Upcoming Convention: Limestone Genre Expo
This year, Limestone will be a one-day event on Saturday June 1, 2019, at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library’s main branch at 130 Johnson St. As always, there will be author readings, writing workshops, and panels, but make sure you stop by the vendor’s room to pick up a novel or two.
CanCon 2018 and the Saga of Black Wolf (short version)
It was all a lot of fun, but perhaps the best part of the weekend was finally getting some anticipated dates for my book’s publication and launch.
To Toronto, Ottawa, and Beyond!
As hard as it is to convince me to leave my apartment, I will be out in public at least twice in the next month for book-related events.
April Showers Bring May Genre Fiction Conventions
Now that winter is finally pushing up the daisies, it’s time to get back into the swing of science fiction and fantasy season!
The Con is On
I set out for Can*Con 2017 on the rather auspicious date of Friday, October 13 after months of waiting. I had been looking forward to another trip to Ottawa for months, but I was extra anxious this time around simply because I was going to meet
…wait for it…
MY NEW PUBLISHER!
Of course, that wasn’t the only reason to go.
Another Day, Another Con
Kingston, Ontario, is a charming city with a small-town feel, and Limestone Genre Expo 2017 reflected the host city’s character quite accurately. Apparently the convention is only a few years old but growing steadily despite Kingston’s lack of reputation for being a centre of speculative fiction, and it’s a great way to meet Canadian authors, booksellers, and publishers.
This summer, my friend and fellow writer Timothy Carter suggested that I get involved with Can*Con and said there was still time to get on a panel.…… Read more “Con Woman”