Vancouver Launch of My Electrician Drives a Porsche

Final Cover DesignGianni Kovacevic’s book My Electrician Drives a Porsche? will be launched in Vancouver at the Vancouver Club on Tuesday, February 9th at 4:30. The event is part of the Bon Mot Book Club’s Book “Sandwhiched In Series.” Additional details about the event and how to register for it can be found here.

I have attended a few of these events: one with Peter C. Newman and another with author Salim Mansur. They are always very thought provoking and well organized. Leah Costello brings in a lot of great speakers. I am really looking forward to this event featuring Gianni’s book which is a highly entertaining dialogue between a doctor and an electrician and their “investment” adventures. As a layperson when it comes to investing, I found the book very educational and entertaining. Each book that I work on is a window into a different world and Gianni’s gave me insight into a world I have very little experience with. Ironically, I finished reading the book (I always have to read every book that I do publicity for) at a friend’s home in North Seattle, where the book is set. My friend was charging his electric car while I was there and Gianni will be driving his electric car, a Tesla, across North America from Toronto to the Tesla headquarters to promote his “Realistic Environmentalist Tour.”  Anyway for more info about the book and Gianni check out My accidental publicist adventures continue to bring me in touch with interesting people and interesting ideas. There is never a dull moment in publicity.

Duane Lawrence Launches Stanley Park Reading Series on Canada Day

He will be appearing there every Saturday during the summer reading from his two books that are set in Stanley Park which follow the adventures of Sammy Squirrel and Rodney Raccoon. The first book A Stanley Park Tale includes a Stanley Park anthem and on Canada Day, Duane and a little friend sang the anthem. It doesn’t get more Canadian than that! Oh Stanley Park! So check out Duane Lawrence in Stanley Park this summer. There is more info on his web site at                                                                          


Rodney Raccoon and Sammy Squirrel Book Cover