It's been a while since my last entry, so I have a fair bit of news.
First, the most recent book signing was in Kelowna at Mosiac Books, on Saturday, October 28. It was a sunny day in the streets, and sunny inside the Mosaic store, too! The staff were incredibly friendly, and so were the clientele. So friendly that I didn't want to leave.
Many people stopped by to chat about The Dragons of Nibiru. Some were even familiar with the planet Nibiru, which made for some lively conversations.
Graham, an astronomer, was a particularly interesting fellow to talk with. We chatted for quite some time about a variety of topics, like planets, the universe, and what might be out there in the cosmos. We got so into it, his wife finally had to politely drag him away! Graham is looking forward to reading about Celine and her friends (and foes, too); he promised to get back to me about some of the topics in the book. I can't wait.
I’m busy scheduling even more book signings. There are already quite a few set up in Alberta for early in the new year, including a couple each in Edmonton and Calgary. I have my winter tires on already, so I’m set to brave the snowy Alberta highways. There’s snow here in Kamloops already, and I drove over the Coquihalla the other day in a snow storm, so I think I’ll be able to handle whatever northern Alberta throws my way. I also have several signings scheduled in the Lower Mainland, including several Chapters / Indigo locations.
This past week, several bookstores in the Seattle and Portland areas agreed to put The Dragons of Nibiru on their shelves, so I’m very happy to be breaking into the US market. The books have already arrived at most of their locations, and several more stores will be receiving them shortly. Also, more BC and Alberta stores have agreed to take the book. Once their copies are all delivered, that will make a total of 49 stores that sell The Dragons of Nibiru. WOOT! WOOT!
I hope you’re enjoying some nice fall weather, and that those with snow already are up for all that winter brings.
On a different note, translation of The Dragons of Nibiru into French is underway, so I’m hoping those who want a French copy can purchase it sometime in late 2018. The German translation has been put on hold at this point in time.
Bye for now!
4/28/2021 01:10:09 am
Very thoughtfuul blog
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Lorna J. Carleton
Hello! I'm Lorna. I thought I'd let you know a bit about me, as the author of a tale I hope you'll love.