Borrow My Book at the Library

The other day a friend asked if my youth novel, Mystery Light in Cranberry Cove, could be borrowed from the library. It was then I remembered I didn’t promote the availability of my book through this public location.

So here’s the announcement.

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“The end is near!” cawed the crow.

About twenty-five years ago Penhorn Mall in Dartmouth was a hopping place with many unique stores. I loved shopping there: park once, walk a spacious mall with no stairs or escalators, be protected from the weather and pick up everything from groceries and alcohol to boots and tires. Woolco was on one end, Sears on the other and Sobeys was stuck midway. For a mall, I found it very relaxing even on Christmas Eve. Sure it was busy, but the people who shopped there were the neighbourhood-kind of people.

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The Wimp is Back and I’m Jealous

I’m jealous of Jeff Kinney. I’ve been bugging my kids to read my youth stories for a few years and they refuse. However, this Kinney guy publishes his sixth book in a series and they have the release date – November 15th – marked on the calendar six weeks in advance. They inform me that immediately after school on that day, I must drive them to Chapters, Dartmouth, so they can purchase a copy.

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