A few events this week while I’m in Toronto:
On Monday, I’ll be at the Lillian H. Smith Library on College St. at 7pm. You might want to call first to see if space is available.
On Tuesday at 10am, I’ll be doing a live Facebook chat all about Sand. The link is here.
Wednesday at 8am, The Guardian is doing a live Q&A about self-publishing. Should be interesting. Waiting on the link for that.
Thursday is the start of Toronto’s Book Summit. I’ll be on a panel at 2pm, I believe, called Non-Traditional Publishing Communities.
If you want to catch me today, I’ll be milling about Toronto Island!
6 replies to “Toronto Events”
Beware Hanlans point. Lol
Are these all Eastern Daylight Time?
I don’t know if I’m awake at 8 a.m. Might have to stay up all night!
Yeah, all EST.
We had a great evening at the Toronto Public Library. Thanks, Hugh :). We were going to invite you out for nachos afterward, but didn’t want to keep you up past your bed time :D
We were deeply moved by your very Buddhist closing remarks :)
So great meeting you today and I hope you return to Toronto soon! I forgot to ask what you if this was your first time in Toronto and what you thought of the city? I wrote about your interview while it was fresh in my mind as soon as I got home. Here it is if you want to check it out: http://www.heidiloney.com/no-better-promotion-than-writing-says-novelist-hugh-howey/
Gotta go and lock my two bratty kids in the hall closet so I can hear myself think. :)
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