| David Gane
1. Shepherd’s Watch
Of course, I’m going to plug our brand new book coming out next week!!
From the back cover:
The boys are back.
After the unbelievable events of last fall, Tony Shepherd could use a break. But his relaxing family summer at the lake crashes to a halt when Charlie Wolfe arrives at the cabin after a local man goes missing.
But nothing is ever simple when Charlie’s around, and soon the boys are again caught in a dark tangle of violence and danger. If they’re not careful, their search could bring harm to more than just themselves... Can Tony protect his family and keep Charlie out of trouble?
2. Our busy schedule
Here is a short list of events we’ve got coming up:
Friday, March 17 - 10:30-11:30am - Regina Teacher’s conference
Saturday, March 18 - 1:00-4:00pm - Chapters Regina book signing
Saturday, April 8 - 11:00am-2:00pm - Chapters Saskatoon book signing
Saturday, April 22 - 11:00am - Moose Jaw, Panel at LitCon: Creating Characters
Thursday, April 27 - 7:30pm - we are participating in the Writes of Spring panel
Saturday, April 29 - 5:00-11:00pm - SaskBook Awards Ceremony
Tuesday, May 2, 7:30-9:00ish pm - Saskatoon, McNally Robinson Reading
Please, please, please try to come out and meet up with us at one of these events!
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I couldn’t be happier.
I started using the StrongLifts weightlifting program over a year ago with great results. I moved up quickly in what I was lifting, but the higher the weights got, the more I worried about hurting myself.
I tried it a few more times and eventually quit out of worry, fear, and lack of enthusiasm. As things got heavier, I could feel my form getting worse and the chance of injury increasing. Also, it was so exhausting, I couldn’t convince myself to do it everyday.
However, when I started in January again, I made two significant changes. I quit increasing my weight immediately after have a successful session. Now I do it an my own pace, staying as long as I want at the level I attained. Sure, I am not increasing strength quickly, but I’m going back down every day to do the workout.
As well, I’ve begun to hold myself hostage to the workout. I go down in the morning before I eat and I won’t let myself eat until I’ve finished. I love food, so this has become my biggest motivation
5. Adidas’s Men’s Tiro 15 Training Pants
The space I work out is freezing cold in the winter. Or house is old, the basement isn’t insulate and so it was often a battle just to convince myself not to start lifting in a cold basement.
That all changed why I picked up the Tiro 16 Training Pants. I love, love, love these pants. They are comfortable and flexible, helping me through my deep squats. And considering I checked out several other stores and ended up returning their pricey options, I couldn’t be anything but pleased with this pair I bought.
I can’t wait until we get some clear sidewalks so that I can take them out running on a cold spring day.
That's it for now. Don't forget to stop in and say hello at one of our events!