Yeah baby! I’m on TV Cogeco’s Local Matters.
It’ll air today at 9:30 a.m. (ahem), 17:30 & 1800 before it gets bumped for the year in review. Edit: I got the YouTube link, with thanks to Gabriel Riviere-Reid: https://youtu.be/D22X6OVNN-Y
Super thanks to Phil Legroulx for taping it and Melissa Branchaud for watching it!
Just in case any TV Cogeco cool people click on by, here’s the Kobo promo code again, with help using the code here:
With thanks to Dr. Raji Menon for introducing me to Brenda and therefore to Cogeco.
Yes Melissa I would like a copy
Yay, Karen! I’m sorry I didn’t get to talk to you and Fleur at the library. She looks so awesome, and I *know* you are.
I would love a copy as well.I will be at the Christmas concert tonight
I would like a book too.
Bring two to the concert. I will pick up Carolyn Baker-Stirling book as well
Yay! I was hoping I could give both to Cynthia Rennie-Faubert, since you’re such good friends and Carolyn Baker-Stirling is hoping we’ll make it out to lunch sometime.
I was just at concert–so good. Cynthia, can you find my husband at the concert, or do you want me to go at the beginning and find you? Whatever you want. xo
I can try to find your husband
Karen-Ann Eenkhoorn, I will try to go to the hospital Friday to meet wtih the MPP. I’ll leave you and the Kevins a copy then. xoxox
I can record it at 5:30…. Also interested in your new book:)but should I read your previous books first?
YAY, Phil Legroulx! Thanks, man! Both for the recording and for the interest (and for the venipuncture).
Each book can be read separately because the case is solved in each one. But if you want to learn about the characters and their relationships, you’d start at book one.
Are you a paper or an e-book kind of guy?
Ok that sounds good:) Not so big on e-books just yet, I still enjoy the paper copy! How many books is their prior to this one? Saw your interview. Sounds like a great book!
There are 3 novels prior: #1 Code Blues: lands in Montreal. On first day of ER rotation, finds a doctor’s body in the men’s change room.
#2, Notorious D.O.C.: on psychiatry, mother is mourning her daughter who was run over 8 years prior. Hope Sze solves a cold case.
#3: Terminally Ill. On palliative care. Escape artist locked and chained inside a coffin, lowered into St. Lawrence River and can’t get out. Hope Sze resuscitates him. Then he wants her to figure out who sabotaged his stunt and tried to kill him.
#4: Stockholm Syndrome: hostage-taking on obstetrics. But you knew that. 🙂 Thanks for watching the interview!
Just finished watching your interview! I loved your little jingle about the book. I would also love a paper copy of the book. Would it be easier to pop into the library?
Hey beautiful, i.e. Melissa Branchaud. Yes, if you don’t mind going to the library, I’ll sign it after. Thanks–glad you liked the singing!
Two thumbs up to TV Cogeco Cornwall’s Gabriel Riviere-Reid for sending the YouTube link: https://youtu.be/D22X6OVNN-Y.
Now Phil Legroulx is off the hook.
Y’all are awesome. 🙂
Where would I find your paper copies?
Hey Phil Legroulx, they’re at the Cornwall Public Library, or I have *one* paper copy left, which would be yours if you want it. I’m coming in on Friday to see the MPP, if I’m up for it. Could I leave it for you somewhere?
Yes please…. I’ll be at work on Friday. Perhaps if you could leave it for me in See&Treat?
We have all her books at the SD&G county libraries too
Love the team at Cogeco! Very professional!