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Doing Word on the Street in Kitchener & Toronto

Sunday, September 26 is going to be one busy day for me, but happily so. I’ll awake that morning in Florida, where I’ll be attending a family event. Then I’ll board a 7:30 a.m. Delta flight out of Tampa, change planes in Atlanta, and land in Toronto at about noon (please let me not be delayed!). I’ll then leap into our minivan, which will be parked at Pearson Airport, and drive, of course observing all speed limits, to Kitchener for their Word on the Street celebration. I’ll be reading from The High Road, which will be in bookstores by then, at about 2:30. After signing any books that audience members might purchase (Christmas will be but a few short months away!), I’ll dash again for the minivan and blast back to Toronto. You see, I’ll be reading at the Toronto Word on the Street festival at Queen’s Park at 5:30, pending any traffic travails. Two countries, two readings, and two Word on the Street festivals. A busy but fun day.

4 responses to “Doing Word on the Street in Kitchener & Toronto”

  1. Hey Terry,

    Good to know you’ll be reading at WOTS in Kitchener. I’ll be reading there as well, from my debut novel, Of Water And Rock, around 11:00 am. Perhaps we’ll run into each other.

    Thomas Armstrong

  2. Terry Fallis says:

    Hey that’s great, Thomas. Congratulations! I’ll be zipping in from the airport just in time for my 2:30 reading and then zipping back out to make it for my reading at the Toronto WOTS at 5:00. It’s going to be a crazy day. We’ll connect sometime…

  3. Victoria Yang says:

    This is awesome! I’m going to be volunteering at the Kitchener WOTS… hopefully I can get my copies of The Best Laid Plans and The High Road (when I get it) signed 🙂 .

  4. Victoria Yang says:

    Thanks for signing my book, Terry! You probably don’t remember, but I was the volunteer that asked you to sign my book when you were standing at the back of the crowd waiting for the reader before you to finish. I really appreciate it, and wish I had the time to listen to you read from The High Road.

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