Monthly Archives: October 2012
So, October 15 was a very good day. In a spot of amazing news, The Dead Kid Detective Agency was announced as a nominee for the Silver Birch Award, one of the biggest awards in the world of Canadian Book Publishing!
For the uninitiated, the Forest of Reading is Canada’s largest recreational reading program, made up [...]
It’s October, which means (a) I need to think of a Hallowe’en costume idea soon, and (b) it’s the one-year anniversary of the publication of The Dead Kid Detective Agency. (Hurrah!) Given the obvious Hallowe’en connections to the book, it’s natural that people will ask a few seasonal questions. On October 11, book blogger Danielle [...]
Nearly a month has passed since I attended the Toronto International Film Festival, but I’ve been too busy (or lazy) to recap until now. I’ve been attending the fest pretty seriously for the past five years. (I think the first thing I saw at TIFF was Steve Martin’s Shopgirl, back when a friend and I [...]