Book Signing this Saturday, May 4th for Once Upon a Sandbox

May 3, 2013 at 5:22 pm 2 comments

I am excited about my book signing at Waterloo Chapters this Saturday, May 4th from 11 am–1 pm, in Waterloo, Ontario. Come and get your copy of Once Upon a Sandbox and get it signed. The book makes a great gift for Mother’s Day for a mother, sister, aunt or grandmother as well.

Waterloo Chapters, King Street North, Waterloo, Ontario.

Go here to listen to my interview with Robert White at  Faith FM’s Art Connections

From my publisher’s website:

A marvellous family friendly book that will lift your spirits. Once Upon a Sandbox, by C. R. Wilker, is a warm and gentle memoir about family life on a farm. It is about the farm and the individuals, the personalities, and the ties that bind them to each other.

Whether it’s helping to whitewash a barn, hoeing endless rows of vegetable plants, or driving a tractor to prepare for spring seeding, there’s plenty of work to be done. Through this collection of prose and poetry, reflect on the realities of farm families, their connection with community, weather and economy, as well as being stewards of the land from which they make a living. This is a fine story to which anyone will relate. Read more here.

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speaking at Kitchener Kiwanis Club, November 2012

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Once Upon a Sandbox was a finalist in the 2012 Word Guild contest

Thank you again, Deborah Pryce, for your delightful art on the cover of my book.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. MarthaE  |  May 4, 2013 at 12:59 am

    Your book sounds charming. Have fun at your book signing!

    Reply
    • 2. storygal  |  May 4, 2013 at 1:19 am

      Thanks for your kind wishes, Martha. I’m hoping that quite a few of the people I contacted will come.

      Reply

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