Sharing a Delightful Photo

This isn’t one I took, but I just have to share it with you. This is in my neighbourhood. In fact I may just walk past it this afternoon to crow (quietly of course)! Look at the picture and then I’ll point something out to you (other than the obvious).

You see the reflection of Wiener’s Hardware in the window? In my novel I moved it to Crookshank Lane (the original name of Bathurst St) and called it Berliner’s. Now scroll down









That is the window of Book City on Bloor St, an independent bookstore just minutes from my house.

Lilian is the author of Web of Angels, a novel about a mom with DID (multiple personalities). She's also the author of the historical novels, The River Midnight and The Singing Fire, about secrets, friendship and motherhood in 19th century Poland and London.

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12 comments on “Sharing a Delightful Photo
  1. Julia says:

    Love it!!

  2. Mary Rose says:

    Oh Lilian, to walk past a store and see your books on display…how thrilling!!

  3. booksplease says:

    That’s a really eye catching display! Fantastic!

  4. litlove says:

    What a fabulous display! Oh that must feel good to look at!

  5. Michelle says:

    Oh, this is so great! Walk by as many times as you can – and celebrate!

  6. -H says:

    It is so nice to have your book in a book shop on display, isn’t it?

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