Except it's Youtube, but it's called Grand Forks TV.
Yesterday I had a signing at Pedallers Place in Grand Forks. Bill and Sandy, known well as the former owners of Contact Photo Arts, have sold that business and converted their store into a bike shop slash used book store. Bill is the Canadian distributor for Stride bikes, one of which you can see on their cover photo for their Facebook page if you follow the link above. They're a different looking bike, but very comfy as you sit up tall. They collapse into a neat bundle in ten seconds that fits into the trunk of a car.
Sandy runs the book side of the store and is kind enough to carry my books. Harlequins are only available on the shelves for a month, but I buy extra copies and sell them through her so when people ask me where they can get my books, I can point them to Pedallers Place. (I'm also in the Christina Lake Living Arts Centre, in the gift shop of the Visitor's Centre.)
Les Johnson runs Grand Forks TV which is merging with What's Up Grand Forks, both a news channel and a means of promoting local events. If you weren't aware of it (guilty) then you are now. It's a great hub for news, events and even local politics so if you're a Boundary resident, you probably want to check in often.
Huge thanks to Bill and Sandy for hosting me and Les for dropping by the shop to interview me. As for the signing, I only had a few people sign up for my draw for a bag of signed books by Harlequin Authors. If you'd like to be included, drop me a line by commenting here, email me off my contact page, or catch me on Facebook or Twitter. Let me know you'd like to be included in the draw and I'll pull a lucky name next Saturday, August 17th.