Book Clubs

Is your book club interested in reading Tell Anna She’s Safe? Would you like to find out more about the story behind the story? Quizz the author on what’s fact and what’s fiction? Learn about the excruciatingly long writing process that brought this book into being? I would be happy to come to your book club meeting to answer any and all questions. Just click here to contact me.

Getting to book clubs in Ontario is relatively easy. But don’t hesitate even if you’re in another province (or beyond). I’m always looking for new places to visit and I’ve visited book clubs as far away as Calgary and Vancouver.

If I can’t get to your book club in person, I’d be happy to join you via Skype, as I did for one Vancouver club.

I love book clubs. There’s always something to learn—even about my own novel—a perspective I haven’t considered, from the lively, wide-ranging discussions.

Tell Anna, incidentally, owes its very publication to a book club I used to be part of, which kindly read and critiqued the unpublished manuscript. What I wasn’t expecting was that fellow member Luciana Ricciutelli, who also happens to be editor-in-chief of Inanna Publications, would come to the meeting with an offer to publish… So book clubs have a special place in my heart.


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