A slide show of promo photos …

Griz sitting within the magic circle of books; Zoom waiting for her turn to enter …

This is a test. Do not adjust your sets.

I created a Power Point Presentation in order to see whether:
A) I could still remember how to make one
B) It was a good way of promoting my books and those by other authors
C) I could sort out and put into order some of the ginormous number of photos I’ve taken and received from friends over the years

I could not post the file as-is to social media, so I figured I would post it first to my blog. This way I can also include information about each photo, as adding captions to each individual photo in the presentation itself is far beyond my capabilities!

So click on this link and have a look through the photos. Explanations are below.

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(You may need to fiddle with this a bit to get it to run as a slide show …)

Island in the Clouds/One Woman’s Island

  1. at Malvern Collegiate Institute, Toronto – my high school!
  2. in a bookstore with Connie Flanagan
  3. with Darcie Hossack’s literate cat
  4. with Lori Hanel
  5. at When Words Collide, Calgary, with the Tropical Shirt Guys
  6. with Detlef Karthaus and his books
  7. on editor Rachel Small’s computer screen
  8. with Margaret Atwood
  9. Sharon Wilson enjoying an Island in the Clouds Alcoholic Beverage, recipe in One Woman’s Island
  10. with The Queen’s Bands (photo by Jeff Chan)
  11. with Ivona Bradley at Lower Bay, Bequia
  12. at The Lookout Villa, Bequia (owned and operated by Chris-Lou Smullen)
  13. with my Belgian cousin, Stefaan de Tavenier
  14. with my sister Betty at Christmas
  15. with a Klingon, introduced to me by Paul Carreau

 

7 responses

  1. Impressive! Found the slide show button and off it went. (Margaret Atwood! Way to go)

  2. A great idea! I can help you with putting the explanations on the slides if you’d like.

  3. It worked and I enjoyed the photos.

  4. Lovely pictures. I haven’t used PowerPoint in quite a while, so I would have to re-learn a lot. I created PowerPoint folders for each of my kids books. That way, when I went to a school to do a reading the kids could see the pictures on a screen as I read each page. It worked very well. Good job!

    1. That’s a good idea, Sharon!

  5. Worked for me! Nicely done!

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