This launch is in conjunction with the Toronto Playgrounds “Lights on 3” event, lighting up Diamond 3 thanks to a generous donation from the Toronto Blue Jays Foundation.
I’ll be signing copies of Sliding Home, along with fellow author Nancy Miller, who is debuting her first YA novel Gang Girls.
We’ll be upstairs, near the children’s books.
Hope to see you there!
Get it now and find out what The Blues have been up to!
For information about Sliding Home’s prequel, Tagged Out, click here.
The program is in conjunction with a program by the Humber School for Writers.
They asked me about my MA journey, and posted this Q&A. If you’re interested in furthering your writing education, I highly recommend the Humber/UoG MA program.
Click the link below for the Q&A.
I’ll be at the awesome Reading for the Love of It conference in Toronto, talking to educators about “How to teach kids about fake news–and how to avoid it.”
If you’re interested in media literacy, this is a not-to-be-missed presentation (in my humble opinion) because … well, check out what you’ll get:
I’m presenting on Thursday Feb. 22 (12:45, Cedar Room) and on Friday Feb. 23 (12:45, Maple East & West) at The Sheraton Centre Hotel in downtown Toronto,
Here’s more information about Reading for the Love of It.
See you there!
And might I just add–if you’re not, you should! But I digress.
I’ll be signing copies of my latest middle-grade novel, SLIDING HOME, on Fri., Feb. 2 at 1:00 at the Lorimer Booth.
More details here: http://www.olasuperconference.ca/event/joyce-grant-book-signing/
Drop by, say hi and pick up a copy of Sliding Home!
See you there!
I recently moderated a panel about how to “break in” to kidlit publishing.
The panel was held at CANSCAIP’s annual Packaging Your Imagination conference in Toronto. My panelists were three successful recently debuted authors: Jon-Erik Lappano, Melanie J. Fishbane and Heather Camlot.
This is the second Breaking In panel I’ve moderated and I think I can safely say, from the comments we received, it was helpful to many people who are trying to become published children’s authors.
If you’re trying to break in, check out the list of resources we put together after last year’s panel. It has been freshly updated this year with new dates and information.
See you next year!