Live Book Launch on Instagram
The event should be an interesting experience since I've never attempted anything like this before. Please join me as I tackle such questions as: --
What is a dragon's favourite cupcake?
How does a dragon blow out candles?
(You know you've always wondered.)
Learn To Tell A Good Story
Join the authors and illustrators along with the publisher of Crwth Press
as they discuss the processes they use in creating their stories and illustrations. This is a Facebook Live Event, which means you can ask questions while it's happening. Just type your questions in the comment section, and we will answer them. You don't even have to have a Facebook account in order to attend. Just click on this link:--
Date: Tuesday, May 19th
Time: 4:00 pm (PST)
Please Join Us
The event is now over. Thank you to everyone who tuned in. If you missed it, you can still view it on YouTube.
Finding the Story -- A Writing Workshop
Venue: Campbell River Community Centre
Date: November 12th, 2020
Time: 7:30 - 9 pm (General Meeting - 7 - 7:30 pm)
Presenter: Kristin Butcher (me)
They say everyone has at least one book in them -- one story to tell. The thing is it's probably tangled up with the rest of your life, and setting it free seems an overwhelming task. Never fear. Regardless of the genre, I can help you find that story and choose the best way to tell it. Discover how at this writing workshop sponsored by
North Island Writers
Have Isobel Read to You
Beginning today, ISOBEL’S STANLEY CUP is available as a read aloud for EVERYONE. Each day professional actor, Jonathan, will read 2 chapters of the novel.
How cool is that!!
A great activity for kids who love stories, those who love hockey, and NHL fans currently suffering from withdrawal. For parents trying to homeschool at this difficult time, there is even a free teaching guide available on the
Crwth Press website.
CAMPBELL RIVER ART GALLERY
-- MEMBERS SHOW
Our world is turned upside down at the moment, but instead of defeating us, it has made us more resolute and resourceful. Rather than cancel the annual members' show which is supposed to be happening right now, the Campbell River Art Gallery has changed the venue and made it an online event. So now you can view some great art from the comfort of your own home.