Join Kevin for a book signing at Indigo Oshawa Centre on Saturday October 1st, 2022! 1:00pm. Their new novel Book of Dreams will be available for purchase and personalization!
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Watch this space for more announcements for future events.
Kevin was featured on Canadian Authors Toronto‘s WORDS WITH WRITERS podcast, where they discussed LGBTQ issues and read from their latest novel, THE CAMINO CLUB.
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Zoom Workshop: HOW TO WIN A MUSKOKA NOVEL MARATHON
Panelists: Kevin Craig, Jennifer Turney & Shellie Westlake
Please note: This event is is Free to all, however, if you are not registered for MNM2021 – Online please “purchase” a ticket if you plan to attend, so you can access the event on June 3rd. Thank you.
JUNE 3rd, 2021 – 7pm – 9pm
About this Lecture:
So you want to win the Best Book Award at the Muskoka Novel Marathon, do you?! Though there is no secret recipe for success, there are ways to improve your chances along the way. Jennifer Turney, Shellie Westlake and Kevin Craig have some thoughts that might help you achieve your final goal. Between the three of them, they have brought home 8 of the coveted Best Novel Award Muskoka Chairs. If you’re unfamiliar with what a Muskoka Novel Marathon win brings the Best Book Award author, the Muskoka chair is what you sit on while you prepare your manuscript to be submission ready to the marathon’s affiliated publisher for feedback and consideration. Kevin, Shellie, and Jennifer have some tools, tips, and insights to share with writers about keeping on task and seeing your marathon novel all the way through to The End. Whether you’re a pantser or a plotter, there are ways to put your best foot forward in this competition. From pre-marathon planning, to pushing through the mid-marathon darkness, to cribbing the synopsis along the way, there are ways to stay on top of your story and hand in your best First Draft work at the end of the weekend. Let Shellie, Jennifer and Kevin show you the way to one of those coveted chairs!
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THE CAMINO CLUB had its BOOK LAUNCH at Blue Heron Books as part of their Book Drunkard Literary Festival!
Sunday, October 25th 11am-1pm
Blue Heron Books
62 Brock Street West
PO Box 642
Uxbridge ON L9P 1M9
#IPMovieNight – Wednesday September 23rd, 2020 @ 8pm EST time.
My publisher, DUET BOOKS/INTERLUDE PRESS, has a WATCH-ALONG movie night feature where they pair one of their authors and their book with a movie. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23rd is my turn to play! Tomorrow night (sorry for the short notice!) I will be hosting a WATCH-ALONG of the beloved MARTIN SHEEN movie, THE WAY!
Here’s How It Works!
You come join me on Twitter at 8PM EST time on Wednesday September 23rd, 2020. We all start the movie at the same time and we tweet a watch-along conversation in real time while using the HASHTAG #IPMovieNight in all of our tweets so we can follow along in the conversation. And if you want to read the conversation, all you have to do is click on the hashtag itself to see all the other tweets in the conversation.
This works if people show up, so I hope to see you there!
ALSO—there will be PRIZES/GIVEAWAYS!
Here’s the Tweet from my publisher to get you started. You can click on the hashtag and my Twitter profile name here to go to Twitter. >>> #IPMovieNight is back!! Join author @KevinTCraig this Wednesday in a Twitter watch-along of the Camino de Santiago drama THE WAY starring Martin Sheen and a chat about Kevin’s upcoming novel, THE CAMINO CLUB!
Interview on Rec-it Rachel Social Hour with Rachel Strolle on Instagram!
Thursday September 17, 2020
Sunday April 19, 2020 – The Interlude Press/Duet Books Tiny Book Fest
Kevin was on the LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION panel during THE TINY BOOK FEST, put on by INTERLUDE PRESS & DUET BOOKS. Kevin’s upcoming novel, THE CAMINO CLUB releases in October 2020 from Duet Books (the YA imprint of Interlude Press). This was an ONLINE BOOK FEST.
SUNDAY APRIL 19th, 2020
1:30 pm PT / 4:30 pm ET
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Every once in a while, you’ll read a book where the setting feels almost like another character in the book. Authors with setting-inspired fiction discuss how the location can set the tone and influence storytelling.
Moderator: Sarah Penna, Co-founder of Frolic Media
Kevin Craig, The Camino Club (Duet, October 2020)
Laury A. Egan, The Ungodly Hour
Lilah Suzanne, Tack & Jibe; Jilted
Julian Winters, The Summer of Everything (Duet, September 2020)
The Camino de Santiago is fully a character in THE CAMINO CLUB.
OVERVIEW OF THE NOVEL: After getting in trouble with the law, a group of wayward teens from diverse backgrounds are given an ultimatum: serve time in juvenile detention for their crimes, or walk the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route across Spain over the summer holidays with a pair of court-appointed counselor guides. Although unlikely friends, they all try to make the best of their situation. The pilgrims grow closer on their journey, but when and if they reach the Cathedral in Santiago, will they each find what they’re looking for and come out of the walk ready to conquer the shattered worlds they left behind?
Wednesday November 13, 2019 – Muskoka Authors Association
Saturday, December 8, 2018 – WCDR Monthly Network Meeting – Pro Panel Panelist
Thursday November 8, 2018 – Word Up Barrie
Sunday, March 4, 2018 – Allucinor Book Launch – ID PRESS
Saturday, November 25, 2017 – Bookapalooza – YA Panel
Sunday, January 22, 2017 – Purgatorium Book Launch – ID PRESS
Saturday, April 30, 2016 – Ontario Writers’ Conference – Manuscript Mentor – Blue Pencil Sessions
Saturday, May 2, 2015 – Authors For Indies – Appearance and Signing – Avid Reader Bookstore
Saturday September 14, 2013 – Mini Workshop – WCDR
Sunday, September 11, 2011 – McLaughlin Literary Festival – Appearance/Reading
Tuesday, March 27, 2007 – Hot-Sauced Words – Poetry Performance