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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

A Birthday, 2 Book Signings, A Book Sale, A Book Launch - Our Happy Thanksgiving!

This coming weekend is Thanksgiving weekend in Canada, and we at DriverWorks Ink publishing are ever thankful for all the great events happening in our lives every day, but for this week in particular.

Today, October 7th, is a special day for a very special woman:


Dionne and I will be signing our hope-filled Never Leave Your Wingman book this Thursday, October 9, at the Pasqua Hospital in Regina, Saskatchewan, in the foyer - so stop by for a free hug if you're in town!

This Saturday, October 11, there are two important events happening for us and our books.

Jennfier Kuchinka, who survived being hit by a semi after she ran out of a hospital and onto a highway, is signing her After the Truck Hit book at Coles in the Northgate Mall, Regina, SK.


And my husband and publishing partner, Al Driver, and I will spend most of the day at a craft show in Central Butte, Saskatchewan. It's their Festival of Creative Crafts and Trades - and Oktoberfest! Yes!

At the Central Butte Arena, Central Butte, SK.

Craft show and sale 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., supper 5 - 7pm, followed by dance.

                               23rd annual show and sale of crafts and trades in junction with
                           Central Butte Recreation Board's Oktoberfest. Event features a variety of                          creative work and commercial exhibits. Food court. 

Then on Sunday, October 12, we're hosting the Regina launch of Opening Up, written by our daughter Lisa Driver, an angel reader and spiritual healer:

That Sunday night, we're having our Thanksgiving celebration with family.

On Monday, we're putting our feet up and trying not to answer the phone.

Yeah, that never happens.


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