Wherever I Find Myself is available for purchase now!

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Wherever I Find Myself: Stories by Canadian Immigrant Women edited by Miriam Matejova and published by Caitlin Press is launching in Vancouver April 4th but is available for pre-order now! I am grateful that my story "Six" has been included in this anthology. Click here to order: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/wherever-i-find-myself-stories/9781987915341-item.html

 

From the publisher's website:
"A yellow dress with ruffles, a kind Grade 1 teacher with a surname that's difficult to spell, cockroaches in the bathroom, the contempt of strangers, and Whitney Houston on the radio-a Filipino woman recalls her experience as a six-year-old immigrant in a ghetto in Mississauga in the 80's."

Sunday October 23rd, 1 PM @ CHAPTERS SQUARE ONE

BookSigningSomeoneLikeYou

Come say hi Sunday October 23rd, 1 PM @ Chapters Square One. I will be doing an author meet and greet & book signing event for my novel, Someone Like You. I want to say thank you in advance to the manager at Chapters because of all the Chapters in all the land, this is the one I visited the most, growing up in Mississauga. Also, when I was writing my novel a few years ago, I visited this location and while paying for a book, struck up a conversation with one of the lovely cashiers. Jennifer ended up being a beta-reader for me in the very early stages of this novel. So this location is a special one and I'm really excited, in a sense, to come back home and sell my book here. I can't wait for Sunday! Yay!

Thank you Insauga.com!!

Thank you to Insauga for having me on their show tonight. Such wonderful, warm hosts. Though I no longer live in Mississauga, there will always be a special place in my heart for the city I grew up in, the city where my novel takes place.  Read the book review at Insauga.com.

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