Skypilot's Aunt Bea has Westover as her surname, as an homage to the author's wife's family.
My website has started off slowly, as I get accustomed to it and as "Ticking", just recently launched, gains popularity. I'll be blogging regularly in the coming weeks. I intent to begin with some trivia about some of the characters in the book. I hope that you'll join me!
My friends, Sue and Rich, gave me a gorgeous, hand-crafted card at my book launch on Sunday. They even included a K2 phone booth! Thanks to all who attended and purchased a signed copy.
My lovely Norwegian cousin tells me that "Ticking" has now reached Norway. Merete says, "My cousin Craig in Vancouver wrote this novel, and I can’t wait to read it. I am so proud of you, cousin!"
Today, I received a shipment of hard copies of “Ticking: A Tale of Two Time Travellers”. My sons, Jordan and Adam, and my wife Audrey were with me as I deftly (no cuts, paper or otherwise) sliced open the box and slowly extricated the gorgeous and fragrant books.
And, the book is now available at Amazon, Chapters, Barnes & Noble and others.
You’re gonna love it! Or, maybe a Christmas present.
Darla J. said: Just finished [Ticking: A Tale of Two Time Travellers] and loved it! Time travel has been my favourite genre since I was a kid. Your research is impeccable and I love the cultural details. I used to spend hours thinking through that stuff. I see you are a kindred spirit! Got a huge kick out of Cavendish's "visionary" friend. Great job, Craig! Can't wait to read book 2!
I'm officially published, as of yesterday. My book, entitled "Ticking: A Tale of Two Time Travellers" is now available, but initially only at the FriesenPress online book store https://books.friesenpress.com/store Soon to be available at Amazon and at 39,000 book stores around the globe. Please pick-up a copy for yourself or for a Christmas present for a loved one or both! And, let me know what you think here, on Twitter or on Facebook. Thanks for your support!