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[Book Events] BlogboundCon 2017

On May 31, 2017, I attended BlogboundCon, a mini convention featuring a series of panels crafted for the [book] blogging community by bloggers and authors alike. Blogbound takes place during the week of Book Expo/Con.

See my recap on all the shenanigans below:


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[Why I’d Be A Terrible Protagonist] – Reason #9: Naps Are Required

The Terrible Protagonist series explores reasons why regular humans (aka myself) would not fair well in the world of fiction.


Why I’d Be A Terrible Protagonist:
Reason #9: 
Naps Are Required

Abstract:

That feeling when you’re expected to defeat the villain while touting raccoon eye bags.

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[Book Events] Thomas Allen & Son: Spring 2017 Preview

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Thomas Allen & Son:
(Spring 2017 Preview)

On March 4, 2017, I co-hosted a blogger hangout day with other members of the book community within the Greater Toronto Area. It was super chill and a low key event to do two things: (1) get posts scheduled and (2) have Ambur (Burning Impossibly Bright), who works at Thomas Allen & Son, showcase titles they were excited for in the upcoming season.

So thank you to Thomas Allen for sponsoring this event and allowing me to assist with co-hosting (which is just my way of saying I did something without really doing much of anything).


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