Hee, hee, there's my name on the schedule.
I actually didn't take very many pictures at all which is surprising for me.
But I had to take one of this guy -- Theodore Too Tugboat. There were readings on the boat for children. When I saw the boat I will say I felt a little pang of disappointment that our kids weren't with us. They would have loved it so. It was a very rare weekend away for just my husband and I, but it did seem odd to be at such a festive fun event without them. (Although I will say I would have been having a heart attack the whole time thinking that my daughter would have jumped/fallen into the harbour. The event was right on the waterfront on wharves.)
Here is Lynn Coady reading.
Linden MacIntyre answering questions.
Me signing some books at the Kings Co-op Bookstore table. It was my first sighting of the book actually for sale somewhere and it was very cool to see.
And speaking of the book, being new at this, I didn't realise it was going to be more of a gradual process for the book to show up in stores. It is still shipping, but hopefully will be out more places soon. We have had three official sightings of it for sale so far. As mentioned, I saw it at Word on the Street, and my husband saw it at Westminster Books in Fredericton and at the UNBSJ campus bookstore.
Thanks for stopping by.
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