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OBOP, not a Hanson song.

Exciting news...The Saskatchewan Library Association chose my book, Miss G and Me, for One Book One Province in 2024. This initiative, launched in 2017, encourages readers from all corners of the province to pick up one book and this year they want you to read MY BOOK! When I heard the news back in 2023 I was exhilirated.

I'm in good company! See the past author and book selections:

2023 – Five Little Indians by Michelle Good2022 – Arab Cooking on a Prairie Homestead by Habeeb Salloum2021 – Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun by Paul Seesequasis2020 – A Geography of Blood by Canada Savage2019 – Just Pretending by Lisa Bird-Wilson2018 – Out of Old Saskatchewan Kitchens by Amy Jo Ehman2017 – The Education of Augie Merasty: A Residential School Memoir by Joseph Auguste Merasty with David Carpenter

Here are my tour dates. (It opens with a reception at Government House in Regina.)

There will also be seven in-person events across Saskatchewan throughout the month of April.

These events will be held in:

  • Saskatoon – April 3 at the University of Saskatchewan and Saskatoon Public Library

  • Weyburn – April 4 at Weyburn Public Library

  • Moose Jaw –  April 5 at Moose Jaw Public Library

  • Regina – April 8 at the Dr. John Archer Library, University of Regina and April 25 at Regina Public Library, Glen Elm Branch

  • Prince Albert – April 9 at Prince Albert Public Library

  • Watrous – April 10 at Watrous Branch Library

I'm so happy! I love sharing my book this huge part of me with readers.

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Apr 08

I was at the event at Archer Library. It is an interesting and well-written book. Keep it up!

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