Saturday, May 14, 2011

Evening of Mystery at Sleuth of Baker Street, Toronto

Thursday June 9th from 7:00 to 9:00 ECW Press is hosting an evening of readings by crime fiction authors at the NEW! IMPROVED! (actually I haven't been to the new store yet but I know it'll be full of books and Marion and JD will be there so it'll be at least as great) Sleuth of Baker Street at 905 Millwood Road (which isn't that far from the old location on Bayview).

There will be readings by Anne Emery, Mike Knowles, Brent Pilkey, Ross Pennie and me.

I think because I live closest to the store I've been asked to act as MC for the evening and introduce everyone. Rather than stand there and read biographies I've taken from each author's webpage I had this idea that I would ask each author a question.

Any suggestions for questions I should ask?

1 comment:

pattinase (abbott) said...

I've gone to these things a lot of times and I have never heard an original question. Maybe there aren't any. My favorite one is always "what writers should we be reading?" I like to hear some new names.
But that's the kind of question that comes at the end of the night. Early on, they should get to talk about themselves. Perhaps what writer made them want to be a writer?