Joined 18 other crime writers at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this afternoon pitching our books at the Ontario Library Association’s annual Super Conference. Each writer had two minutes to tell librarians about his or her most recently published book or novel. I spent mine talking about Raven Lake and the cottage rental scam.
I thoroughly enjoy these visits to the OLA conference. They are opportunities to catch up with crime writers from across the country. And they’re golden opportunities to meet some of the people who run our public librarians. Librarians are truly writers’ best friends. They support us, promote us and seem to enjoy reading our books.