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Release Blitz! Clarissa Jean, Homecoming Queen by @_JessicaGoodwin #Romance #Chicklit #GoddessTours

Welcome, Jessica Goodwin! I’m delighted to have Jessica join me for news of her book launch!


When Claire Bradshaw decides to end her dead-end relationship of several years, she only has one place to go – back home to the tiny town of Palmetto Park. 241 more words


First chance to get Last Chance Island!

Come celebrate the launch of two new books, “Last Chance Island” and “Taking a Chance on Love,” with the authors, Norma Charles and Mary Razzell on Thursday, April 28. 40 more words

Literary Events

a16z Podcast: Connectivity and the Internet as Supply Chain

Our first instinct as technologists or users of technology is to think of ‘connectivity’ as digital connectivity — the internet, our smartphone. But the internet is just the latest in a long line of connectivity that spans centuries, not just decades: transportation, energy, communication. 180 more words

Sophia Borowska featured in new architectural publication

AC2, Architecture Concordia‘s second annual publication launch happens Friday, April 29, 2016 from 5-7pm at Temps libre Mile-End, Montreal and features contributions by T&M cluster research member, Sophia Borowska. 6 more words


May Highlights - Updated!

We have even MORE amazing news! Please see below.

During the month of May the weather is finally pleasant, we want to be outdoors, we want to ride our bike, and we also want to keep writing. 771 more words

Book Launch Party: Change of Life by Samantha Bryant

The Friends is happy to sponsor the launch party for local author Samantha Bryant’s new novel, Change of Life, on May 1 at 3 p.m.  162 more words


#ArtInstallation No 19 -@jennifer_ck proves food is a legit form of art with Food Artisans of the Okanagan

Jennifer Cockrall-King is an accomplished food writer and mentor to many of Western Canada’s developing writers, bloggers and literary enthusiasts. She divides her life between homes in Edmonton, Alberta (where she’s been the director of Litfest for 5 years) and Naramata in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia (where she started the… 227 more words