After an amazing swing through Quebec and Ontario, the tour for Grant Lawrence’s book THE LONELY END OF THE RINK now unfolds into the vast and frozen Canadian prairies.
Since its release in October, THE LONELY END OF THE RINK (Douglas & McIntyre) has hit #1 on the BC Bestsellers List, and currently hovers around #3 on the National Bestsellers list for Paperback Nonfiction.
This weekend will feature musical performances at all the book events:
Saskatoon: Maybe Smith
Bruno: Kay and the Cadillacs
St. Albert: Mike MacDonald (Jr. Gone Wild)
Calgary: KJ Jansen (Chixdiggit), Matt Masters
Praise for THE LONELY END OF THE WEEK:
“I hate hockey but I love this book”
– Cory Ashworth, The Peak FM
“Grant Lawrence is a razor-sharp humourist”
– Times Colonist, Victoria
“One of Canada’s leading storytellers”
– Vancouver Sun
“Soul-searching, candid and clever”
– Ron MacLean, Hockey Night In Canada
“Like David Sedaris in a Canadian tuxedo”
– Boyd Devereaux, Stanley Cup Champion, Detroit Red Wings
“Heartbreaking and hilarious”
– Angie Abdou, author, The Bone Cage
“It’s not always pretty, but this is a funny, poignant, and very Canadian story”.
– Kevin Sylvester, CBC broadcaster
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