The new book has been out there for a few weeks and sales are moving along well. I've attended several book talk events, author visits, having lots of fun talking to folks about the story. Now book stores are asking for more books. Not a bad problem to have!
My Events Calendar on this web site is the place to see where I will be over the next months. Drop me an email if you are interested in having me participate in some kind of event. I'm open for pretty much anything.
It feels so great to finally have 38 Hours To Montreal out there in the public sphere so people can enjoy it. Launch went well on Saturday, June 30 at Lighthouse Books in Brighton and then Let's Talk Books in Cobourg. It was a busy day around both towns and I'm grateful to the folks who took time to drop by and get a book.
The Farmers' Market at Codrington on Sunday, July 1 was hot, hot, hot, but my tent was located just right to enjoy occasional cooler breezes from the trees behind the Community Centre. Folks came by to talk, buy the book and generally provide their support. All-in-all, it was a great Canada Day weekend!
The time has finally come! Book Launch for 38 Hours To Montreal is on June 30th! My friends at Lighthouse Books in Brighton will host my first book signing from 11 am to 1 pm and then I will be at Let's Talk Books in Cobourg from to 2 to 4 pm.
On Canada Day I will be at the Codrington Farmers' Market from 10 am to 2 pm with a pile of books to sell ($20 each) and a pen to sign your copy.
Come on by for any of these events and say hello, ask questions and help me celebrate the launch of my second book. Thanks for your support.
Welcome to the History Guy Blog! A blog is the next obvious step for The History Guy. My web site www.danbuchananhistoryguy.com has undergone a major renovation recently and is now presented on the Weebly platform which includes easy features for creating a blog. I am modernizing my tools and methods to take The History Guy to the next level.
These developments are in the context of my second book 38 Hours To Montreal launching in June 2018 and all of this means that I want to connect much more with readers and other history buffs. I'll be posting bits of history as often as I can with the hope of generating some feedback in the form of comments or corrections. It's always great to learn from our conversations.
So, let's give this blog thing a try! Should be fun and informative. Feel free to leave a comment.