Happy Saskatchewan Day! They named the ‘civic’ holiday. FINAL RESPONSE my first ever book signings in Saskatoon went well at McNally Robinson (classy, stylized store) and Chapters ( a large store). McNally Robinson even put an advert in the paper for the signing. Both stores kept a few copies to sell. Krista @ Chapters wants to carry all my young
The book signing tour begins. I was heading for Saskatchewan this summer anyhow, so Bookkus set me up at Chapters and McNally Robinson books in Saskatoon. I have no idea how many will sell. It is a summer long weekend, so maybe I shouldn’t expect too much. I have bookmarks and a banner made. July 2015 Saskatoon: Chapters Indigo Friday,
FINAL RESPONSE 4 star rating – firefighter thriller. Yes, it is doing well in the early going. Pretty darn good. I’m pleased people like it. I enjoyed writing it and really only expected 3 stars which is a ‘like’. I am the first Canadian firefighter to write firefighter fiction in Canada. FINAL RESPONSE does make the grade for the thriller
Yes, I did it. I joined Facebook. There are a lot of firefighters there and it is a good way to stay in touch with them. Hopefully they buy my FINAL RESPONSE book
This is at an Alberta Provincial Park. No library card needed. It’s actually a book swap shack.
I have recently sold another short story to Summit Studios. Matt Jackson there likes my writing. He wants me to take the drinking mentions out as a lot of younger people also read his anthologies. The story is called Big Bad Snowman and occurred some years back when I hung out at the Zoo, a big flophouse of transients from
Four of my juvenile/MG stories Archie’s Gold, Ransom, Out On A Limb, and The Far Bank are set in Welland, Ontario. Welland, Ontario fiction? It does exist. I wrote them based on the quirky characters and all the ups and downs of life there when I was growing up. A good buddy of mine can vouch for all of it
I finally was able to find the time to turn all my juvenile/MG stories into print editions. Yes, there are 6 of them, including my latest Voodoo Bully and an older one The Blob…in my shoes which underwent a lot of drafts. These are good reads for kids from about Grade 5 (did some readings) to about 12 years old.
Canadian firefighter novel, Final Response my highly rated firefighter novel via Bookkus Publishing is now available in eBook as of today @ Smashwords, for the low, low price of $5.50 USD. The best thing about Smashwords is you can download it into any eBook format- mobi, epub, etc. for any device. It’s a dynamite firefighter story story set in Edmonton
Canadian firefighter novel, Final Response my Canadian firefighter novel is now available in eBook format as a pre-order from Amazon. It’s only 8 bucks and a dynamite firefighter story story set in Edmonton during one very cold winter. Heard of the polar vortex? Got that, too. Canadian firefighters novels are a rare bird in Canada. Bookkus, the publisher says the
I’m trying out Goodkindles in the next few days to see if I can get some bang out of Archie’s Gold, my juvenile/MG story. Goodkindles for ereaders claims to have a wide following. I’ll be watching to see if it bumps up sales. A lot of people like Archie, so we’ll see. Apparently, there are free eBooks on this