Young adult author Kat Kruger will be in Toronto September 17 to 21 promoting her latest novel, The Night Is Found. The third and final book in The Magdeburg Trilogy, The Night Is Found was launched in July to rave reviews. The first book in Kruger’s The Magdeburg Trilogy, The Night Has Teeth, is currently being serialized for free on Wattpad. With six chapters posted so far, Kruger’s readership on the popular site is over one million.
Kruger will be at The Word on the Street Toronto as a featured author. She will appear on the This Is Not Your Shakespeare Stage with Emily Pohl-Weary (Not Your Ordinary Wolf Girl) on a panel about all things “Teen Wolves”.
“I’m honored to be invited back to The Word on the Street, this year in Toronto” Kruger says. “It’ll be great to connect with readers in the city where I grew up and I’m excited about the range of events that are lined up in the days leading up to the book festival.”
Leading up to her The Word on the Street appearance, Kruger will host a writing workshop, take part in an author reading and hold book signings.
September 17: ChiSeries Reading, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at The Round Venue
September 18: Book Signing, 12 to 4 p.m. at Indigo Bay & Bloor
September 18: Q&A, 7 to 8 p.m. at Toronto Public Library, Spadina
September 19: Writing Workshop with Angela Misri, 1 to 3 p.m. at Riverdale Library
September 21: Reading and book signing, 11:45 a.m. at The Word on the Street Toronto
September 21: Wattpad Meet & Greet, 3 p.m. at The Word on the Street Toronto
What is it about?
In the final book of The Magdeburg Trilogy, Connor Lewis travels to New York to meet with the American pack leaders and learn how to unite the packs in order to save them from the Hounds of God and the Luparii.
Who will read it?
Fans of the first two books in the series and anyone who loves sci-fi or paranormal books with a twist.
When did it release?
July 22, 2014
About the Author
Kat Kruger is a freelance writer and social media consultant with a degree in public relations from Mount Saint Vincent University. Her first novel, The Night Has Teeth (The Magdeburg Trilogy, Book One) won the 34th Atlantic Writing Competition and was listed as a Best Book for Kids & Teens by the Canadian Children’s Book Centre (Spring 2013). She splits her time between Toronto and Halifax with her husband.
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