Hailing all Readers!
We want you to be a part of the next printing of Cedar, Salmon and Weed!
As Louis prepares to do another printing run of the book, he is looking for new testimonials/comments to use on the book. And he would like them to come from you! So, what would you like to say about the book to help those who haven’t read it know if they will like it?
Use the comment form below, or email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance!!
A New Buying Option
For those of you traversing the water ways of BC via BC Ferries, you can now pick up your copy of Cedar, Salmon and Weed on board the ferry!
If you are not lucky enough to be near the BC coast, you can order a copy from this secure website – just click on the link in the menu above and well send it right to you!
Louis’ next novel, The Kawai Scrolls, has won the 2017 Whistler Independent Book Prize manuscript competition!
Get ready – the book will launch in October at the Whistler Writers Festival.
Here is the official notification text:
Manuscript Competition WinnerWhistler Independent Book Prize Tidewater Festivals and the Whistler Writing Society are pleased to announce the winner of the 2017 Whistler Independent Book Prize manuscript competition. The judges were Byrna Barclay and Miji Campbell.
First Prize: The Kawai Scrolls, by Louis Druehl
“This is a rollicking, rich and ribald tale . . . The dialogue is brilliant, the writing accomplished and the plot events are far-flung, far-fetched and far-out.”
“The strength of this manuscript is the gorgeous writing! Druehl’s use of specific details central to the landscape and Japanese culture is masterful.”
CSW in the movies?
Keep your eyes open during the upcoming Hallmark TV movie, “Marry Me at Christmas.”
The movie is based on the book New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery’s book (http://www.susanmallery.com/book-marry-me-at-christmas.php) book of the same name. It is a Christmas themed romantic comedy with a happy ending.
Cedar, Salmon and Weed is one of 13 books chosen to have its front cover displayed in the background during a bookstore scene.