The Word On The Street

Setting up the Crime Writers of Canada table

Sharon Wildwind, Maureen Jennings & Me

Lethbridge Word on the Street was a great success on Sunday. Sunshine and warmth brought out the crowds, despite high winds that threatened to blow us into the coulee. I especially enjoyed meeting fellow writers and talking about real life police work with Lethbridge Sergeant Robin Klassen during our presentation to an enthusiastic audience.

Maureen Jennings tells the audience that including rain in screenplays is expensive.

Sharon Johnston, wife of Canada's Governor General, reads from her historical novel set in Lethbridge.

Me with Sergeant Klassen

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