I am still new enough to this whole writing/publishing thing, to be thrilled and amazed by the every day aspects of it.
There are three copies of Grace Awakening Dreams & Power presently in circulation in our library system. I check periodically to see whether they’re signed out. It makes me ridiculously happy that so far, whenever I’ve checked, all three copies have been signed out, and there is a waiting list. 🙂
According to the Okanagan Regional Library website: “Established in 1936, the ORL serves over 360,000 people across an area covering 59,600 square kilometres through 29 branches. We also offer various services online through our website. Membership is FREE to people within our library regions, giving you access to the 16th largest library in Canada.”
One copy is at the Mission branch. I attended Okanagan Mission Secondary. It makes me happy to know that kids who attend my high school are reading my book! Another copy is at the Armstrong branch. At the moment, I teach at Pleasant Valley Secondary in Armstrong. It’s a really lovely place. The third copy is in Westbank aka West Kelowna. I have never been in a high school in West Kelowna, but if anyone wants to invite me, I’d be happy to come! 🙂
If you would like to read Grace Awakening Dreams and Power but don’t have the 99c for the ebook or $20 for the paperback, why not request it from your local library? If they don’t have it, they might put out an inter-library loan request for it, or they might buy it for their collection. Share the love!
Just for fun, here’s a presentation made by the OKM Media class for your entertainment: OKM Gangnam Style
(It being a small world, while I don’t personally know the camera man/editor, Harrison Mendel, my parents were best friends with his grandparents back in the day, and I knew his dad, uncle and aunt. This tenuous link between the past and present also makes me happy. 😉 )
NaNoWriMo Day 25: 1819 (November total 35,351)
(par is 41,650 so I’m 6299 behind. I have 5 days to get 14,650 words. Wish me luck!)