After my London fall from grace, I asked my blog-readers (blogistas?) for ideas about how best to turn this mishap to my commercial advantage.
So far, the best suggestion has come from the High Commission’s own Scott Proudfoot. He suggests that I should boast that, unlike many Hollywood A-listers, “Gibson does his own stunts.”
Debra Martens came up with a witty headline about “falling for the love of books.” She tells me that she’s working on the contrast between me swan-diving to the floor, while in Trafalgar Square outside Horatio Nelson turns his back in statuesque disgust.
HOW TO SEE THE SHOW
I’ll be giving performances of ACROSS CANADA BY STORY in May.
IN TORONTO, at THE BEACHES LIBRARY, on Queen Street, on Thursday May 12 at 7.00
IN STRATFORD, at The CITY HALL AUDITORIUM, as part of Springworks, on Saturday May 14 at noon. AND on Tuesday May 17 at 8pm.
IN TORONTO, at THE RICHVIEW LIBRARY, 1806 Islington, on Thursday May 26 at 6.00.
IN ELORA, at THE ELORA FESTIVAL, a 20-minute version in The Aboyne Hall, from 1-to 4.00
At all of these events, books will be sold, and signed!
MORE TO COME, IN SUMMER AND BEYOND
Its a great idea. How about “High flying act coming to a town near you” and “no animals were harmed in the act”. … cheerfully following you, Kathy S.