You know, it's a humbling experience when you do a presentation to at risk people and they ask, "Where can we get your book?" I tell them, "Website, Amazon, bookstores..." I get the reply, "Is it available at libraries?" I took a step back, in my mind, and realize that the people I want to help are the ones that can't afford the book.

That day I gave books to all the participants who came up to me afterwards. I must realize why I started doing this in the first place.

On a good note, I looked at the library in Saskatoon here, and it's pretty popular being signed out all over the place. Some places don't have it, so it's good to know its being read by others who don't have the means to buy it.


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