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Book Signing Event at London Drugs Recap


Monday, April 12th, 2010 — 9:26am PDT
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This past Saturday I had a book signing event at London Drugs. Earlier this year, I co-authored Blogging to Drive Business along with Eric Butow of California. This was my first book signing event and it was a fantastic experience.

Many people came and went throughout the day including my Blogger Starter Kit contest winner, Karm. As there were plenty of cameras in the crowd, I have already spotted some photos from the event online.


Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr


Photo credit: hjue87 on Flickr

Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr

Photo credit: Jeremy Lim on Flickr

Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr

Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr
  • Flickr set from Jeremy
  • Flickr set from Henry
  • Flickr set from John
  • Blog post from @KootenayBorn
  • Blog post from Katie Loves
  • Veronica’s blog post
  • Thank you to everyone who came out to the event or who offered encouraging words. Big thanks to London Drugs for hosting this as well as Ethical Bean for supplying the coffee (and the coffee in the prize pack we gave away).

    For more information about our book you can visit BloggingToDriveBusiness.com or join our page on Facebook. The book is currently in-stores at London Drugs and Chapters, and is available online from Amazon.

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    3 comments

    1. Mom-in-law says:

      Hi Rebecca. Really enjoyed the YouTube presentation of your book signing. You looked so at ease and very professional. John did a good job of taking pictures of his favorite author.

    2. Awesome!!. Saw your F5 presentation and liked it. Just got your book from Amazon. Great to see that Vancouver has some awesome big time bloggers as well ๐Ÿ™‚

    3. Mom604 says:

      It was a great experience meeting the people who attended your signing. The coffee was great, and the atmosphere was very positive. Everyone looked like they had a good time.

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