Updates for Once Upon a Sandbox

July 29, 2011 at 2:52 pm Leave a comment

This week I’ve taken a few road trips to promote my book. Merrifield Book Shop in Woodstock, Ontario, now has my book in its store. There may be opportunity for signing or a book event there this fall.

Fanfare Books in Stratford, ON, also has my book, and while they don’t do signings, they have a good variety of books in their store and the Festival City tourists, many of whom may be readers.

The list of stores carrying my book now includes:

Words Worth, Waterloo

Upper Case Books, New Hamburg

Merrifield’s Book Shop, Woodstock

Fanfare Books, Stratford

My next event: A reading at Tavistock Public Library, Thursday, August 11th, 6:30-8:00 pm.

There will be refreshments and opportunities to purchase a book and get it signed. I’d love to see  you there.

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