Victoria launch Monique Gray Smith appearing at Vancouver Writers' Festival ARCs/advance copy mailing to key reviews/media Digital advanced review copies on NetGalley, Edelweiss Promotion to media, Indigenous journalists and coverage Promotion to: schools, libraries Promoting book at BEA, ALA, ABA Social Media Promotion Advertising in Cdn. Trade Publications Bookmarks Co-op Available
Loan Stars October 2018 Adult Top 10 Picks - Loan Stars
Most powerfully, Smith infuses her novel with joy, love, and laughter and suggests that these could be what determine the future after all. - Quill & Quire
Road trips, by design, tend to ratchet up all sorts of feelings. The charming characters in Tilly and the Crazy Eights squabble and make up, they laugh and forgive. ... But the book also carries an undercurrent of pain and loss, in particular, the story of Sarah and her sister, Annie, both of whom still hold secrets from their time at residential school. - Sue Carter, The Toronto Star
Though this book, like most of Smith’s work, celebrates Indigenous lives and resilience, non-Indigenous folks will learn from the sharing of these stories. I am grateful for the rollicking journey and encourage everyone to board this bus. - Herizons
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