Book signing at Chapters Waterloo

March 12, 2012 at 9:13 pm Leave a comment

 

Photo by A. Wilker

Saturday March 10th, I signed copies of my book, Once Upon a Sandbox, at Chapters Waterloo, in Waterloo, Ontario.

The table was set up near the front entrance of the store, right in front of the colourful Easter display. The table was set up with a tablecloth, my books and a small vase with pink-tipped roses. I added my sandbox prop and had my pen handy.

It was good to see all who came and make some new connections and to reconnect with others. Thank you for coming. Thanks to Chapters staff members, especially Anne and Sheila, for your attention and assistance.

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