June 19th, 2017

Next we take the Maritimes

My husband, the writer and lovely human Mark Sampson and I drive to the Maritimes every other summer to visit friends and family, and since we both have books out this year, we are combining it with some readings, adding up to an adorably couply little tour. We’re actually a good pairing because my book is pretty dark while his latest novel The Slip is quite funny. So it’s a well-balanced evening of entertainment!

We kick off at Tidewater Books in Sackville, New Brunswick at 7pm, June 26. Invitation here. Followed by June 29, 6:30pm at the Confederation Centre Library in Charlottetown, invitation here. We wind up in Halifax at a booksellers’ conference, but that’s not open to the public so I won’t link it here. There may be one more Nova Scotia event, so please stay tuned…

If none of that works for you, I’ll be back in New Brunswick in the fall to take part in the delightfully named Word Feast Festival in Fredericton September 22-23; I’ll also be doing some school visits in Moncton on the 25th.

If you are an eastern type person, hope to see you at one of these events…

One Response to “Next we take the Maritimes”

  • Frédérique says:

    Some things I like that your post reminded me of:

    Confederation Bridge (I guess it was controversial for locals, but for an outsider very exciting)
    Body Break’s Hal and Joanne (they are husband and wife, who knew?)
    The shape of the province of Alberta
    Your Father’s Moustache as a name for a dining establishment
    That time in 1987 when Robert Munsch visited my school.

    We’ll get there…


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