…for inviting Simon, Joe, and myself to present at your conference. It was a wild and wonderful time!
…and the Inside Out program for inviting myself and Stanton Paradis to present at Kwikwexwelhp Healing Village. Fallen has been added to the curriculum of a trauma and healing psychology course. We felt incredibly honoured to be asked to join in the powerful dialogue that this class of Kwantlen students and inmates were having. Extra bonus: being invited to attend Lawrence Hill’s book club appearance. Who knew Harrison Mills was such a happening place!
Hopefully we’ll see you soon!
We are very excited. On September 27th we will be presenting for Brain Injury Canada, alongside one of my all-time heroes Norman Doidge, author of The Brain That Changes Itself, as well as Thursday the 29th For the Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund. Also! Stanton Paradis will be playing the 28th at the Burdock and the 30th at the TRANZAC club. Whoo! Whoo!
I am pleased to share with you my new book Fallen which may be purchased at Greystone Books.
“Stanley’s debut book is a love story about the way the author’s life changes after a traumatic injury leaves her musician husband, Simon, paralyzed from the waist down. It traces Simon’s journey from his fall at a construction site to Vancouver General Hospital, where he reawakens from a coma, and along his long road to rehabilitation.”
Agent: Carolyn Swayze, Carolyn Swayze Literary Agency (Canada). (May 2015)”
– Publishers Weekly