On February 28, I officially launched Silver Locket Secrets at The Tea Lounge in London Ont. A huge thank you to everyone who came out and for those who couldn’t make it, enjoy the recording of my reading here!
This Thursday my first book launch will be held at The Tea Lounge in London, Ontario from 7-9pm. There will be a reading at 7:30 pm and everyone is invited.
Tickets are free and can be ordered at Eventbrite, which will help myself and Michelle at the Tea Lounge to know how many people we are expecting.
It has been a long time since I have updated this blog. In the past few years, I have dabbled in different blogs, ideas, and challenges. Spent some time nurturing my mental health and trying to figure out where I am going in life and finally finished my first book Silver Locket Secrets. It is currently available in ebook form from Kobo, but will soon be in paperback as well (I’ll post here when is).
I intend to return my attention to this blog, museums, and writing and I hope that you will join me on this journey.
Kassie Kendrick, a wayward young archaeologist, sets out to honour her grandfather’s final wish – to solve a treasure hunt like those she had loved as a child. As she and her friends follow her grandfather’s clues, they are lured around the Kingdom of Asho and beyond. But with the soon to be crowned Prince Diomedes believing her to be a threat to his throne, it soon becomes evident there is far more to be found at the end of their journey than she could ever imagine.
After leaving Ely, I had a long trip to the Lake District. To avoid a 15 hour train journey (most of which would have been waiting around in train stations), I gave myself a layover in Leeds. An afternoon and evening in Leeds gave me the opportunity to vist the Royal Armouries Museum. The museum houses a collection of military armoury from througout the history of England, up to the present day. It is well exhibited, with inventive interactions throughout the collection. My only criticism of the museum would be a fairly confusing layout. The weird routes between galleries and floors, meant that I had to double back through galleries, and I’m not quite sure I saw everything.
But that, common museum weakness aside, I very much enjoyed the Royal Armouries Museum. The pinnacle of their collection is the intricately decorated Lion Armour, which…
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