The latest Beyond mystery. (2017).
But before I talk about being there, first a word about Word on the Street (WOTS).
It’s an outdoor festival for books and magazines and much more that is related – panels of authors, author readings, author presentations, publishers, agents, magazine editors, writing organizations, children’s area, etc.
It’s currently in its third location at Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West by Lake Ontario in Toronto, Canada
It is free to get in. But you can spend a lot (or a little) money on books, magazines and magazine subscriptions, and food
It is for readers and writers – and often that’s the same person.
It is a great place to meet other writers and readers.
It is a great family outing as well as great for individuals.
It runs this Sunday, September 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
More info here
And at this point, the weather is supposed to be cool and sunny.
I’ll be there at two booths with my Beyond Books (see below for book titles and cover shots) and will also have flyers for the following:
my East End Writers’ Group, which meetsvthe last Wednesday of the month (excl. Aug. and Dec.) at S. Walter Stewart Library
Another War Between Mystery Fiction and Literary Fiction Presentation I do with Michael Robert Dyet (literary short story collection Hunting Muskie, Blue Denin Press fall 2017) Oct. 23 at Annette Street Library, and
my new writing workshop, Memoir as Creative Nonfiction which I’ll be teaching Oct. 16 at S. Walter Stewart Library
And my appearances for book selling and signing at WOTS:
2 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. at the Crime Writers of Canada booth
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Sisters in Crime Toronto booth
Before that I’ll be checking out a few other booths. As for Private Investigator Dana Bowman from the Beyond books – she thinks she will be running around there, but we’ll see about that.
Speaking of the Beyond books – here they are:
See you there.
Sharon A. Crawford