As I alluded to yesterday, the Fred-E-Scene Holiday Wish Book is live and running as of today. In case you missed my post, this is a showcase of small and local businesses, artists, musicians, restaurants, and more.
Beyond the wish book the site – which counts its views in the missions, I might add – is a wonderful place to keep up on what’s going on in and around the greater Fredericton area. There’s even a section that features such things as literature, where they reviewed Terror in High Water in October. When they asked me to participate in this, I was more than happy to do so.
Here’s the link to the Wish Book. And here’s the link to the authors’ section. Happy browsing!
Fred-E-Scene is an excellent showcase for, as they put it, “everything Fredericton”. They’ve got all kinds of stuff regarding the greater Fredericton area, with their fingers on the pulse of the arts, music, shopping, and other pursuits. It’s a pretty great site that boasted over 1.5 million views this year. Go have a look, you never know what might interest you over there.
One of the cool things they do on this site is their annual Holiday Wishbook. It’s a great way to showcase local vendors and businesses, and get seen by an awful lot of eyes. They put a lot of emphasis on supporting local business – which I fully endorse and agree with – and this year, I’m thrilled to say that I will be included!
It goes live tomorrow, I’m told. I’ve skimmed through, and am pleased to report an impressive list of things to browse. My little corner will feature my latest novel, as well as the writing courses I offer through the College of Extended Learning at UNB. I’ll update with a link and pics and such when it goes live. But for now…
…Here’s an early, sneak-peek look at the wishbook. I encourage you to visit early and often. Hopefully you’ll find something in there that jumps off the page at you. I must say, there’s a pretty nice list of contributors this year. Hat’s off to the good folks at Fred-E-Scene for putting this together and helping to shine a well-deserved light on the local business community!