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REMINDER! Today Looking for that special gift for the holidays?E’clectick Pop Up Shop @ Accents Bookstore, Dec 15/2012@1:00pm-6:00pm.‏

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Looking for that special gift for the holidays? Or just want to check out what your local artisans and entrepreneurs are doing?

 

Accents Bookstore on Eglinton Av W (@Dufferin) is having a Pop Up Shop on Saturday, December 15th from 1-6pm. The Pop Up Shop will feature art, books, fashion, beauty products and more highlighting the work of diasporic African, Latin, and Caribbean people .

PLEASE remember to invite your friends, fans, clients and customers to the event. Post on your facebook page, social media, blog, twitter etc. The Facebook link is provided below. 

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My Books Available @ Accents on Eglinton – 1790 Eglinton Avenue West @ Dufferin Street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/events/452277591496604/

 Accents Bookstore on Eglington at 1790 Eglinton Ave. West is having a Pop-Up Shop on Saturday, December 15th from 1-6pm. The pop up shop will feature art, books, fashion, beauty products and more highlighting the work of diasporic African, Latin, and Caribbean people. We are contacting you to find out if you’re interesting in vending and selling your products at this pop-up shop.

I will be there selling my books, as well as How To Talk To Crazy People.

It is also available at: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/kakonged?searchTerms=How+To+Talk+To+Crazy+People and soon on Amazon.

Also find out more about the event here:

Looking for that special gift for the holidays? Or just want to check out what your local artisans and entrepreneurs are doing?

 

Accents Bookstore on Eglinton Av W (@Dufferin) is having a Pop Up Shop on Saturday, December 15th from 1-6pm. The Pop Up Shop will feature art, books, fashion, beauty products and more highlighting the work of diasporic African, Latin, and Caribbean people.

PLEASE remember to invite your friends, fans, clients, and customers to the event. Post on your facebook page, social media, blog, twitter etc. The Facebook link is provided below. 

http://www.facebook.com/events/452277591496604/
Featuring: 
Cha’coal
Be Classy Boutique

Asikere Afana

Art Card (Prints of original paintings by A.Itwaru & Natasha Ksonzek)
Black Empowerment

Disfiyu (Professional Skin Care)
Donna Kakonge (writer)
Guillermina Castillo
Love Jewelry and Accessories
Luze.Arte
Max International
Reflection Designs

Global Wealth Trade
Thelma Nozzaci (writer)
Tray Arts
Wild Moon Jewelry

Bernard & Andrea Richards (art)

Gregory Frank (drummer)

Cuban Coffee &(Cubita+Serrano+Turquino)+ Music

Children Books
+ more

Special !!!!! Accents’ Gift Cards available!
Saturday, December 15, 2012
1-6pm

Accents Bookstore
1790 Eglinton Ave W
(@ Dufferin)

Phone: 647-352-8558.

Expressive Writing: EX. 11: Three Day Cliché Journal

In Beauty, book reviews, Business, Contact Information, Creative Writing, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Living, Media Writing, Movie Reviews, Music, Opinion, Radio Podcasts, Technology, Video Work, Writing (all kinds) on August 3, 2011 at 3:00 AM

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Day One: On the first day, I started watching CP24 at 6:47 p.m. and found 41 clichés I could write down by 7:03 p.m. Setting: on my brown couch in my living room at home.

1. “It’s a hit”

2. “Getting around on two wheels”

3. “The by-law is rarely enforced”

4. “Proper enforcement of the rules”

5. “Dedicated staff”

6. “Detailed report”

7. “Fairweather cyclists”

8. “With the northwesterly winds”

9. “Slam into southern Ontario”

10. “You can get breaking news”

11. “Have a great night”

12. “Stepping up to the next level”

13. “Raising the stakes”

14. “Going to bring that passion”

15. “Truck has jack-knifed”

16. “Traffic is back-upped for miles”

17. “Make it happen”

18. “Gimme your heart”

19. “Ring in the New Year”

20. “Don’t be chicken”

21. “K.O.”

22. “Turn your passion into a career”

23. “Gold is at an all-time high”

24. “Going to be late for work”

25. “Take on the day”

26. “We have the lowest price”

27. “It’s going to a chilly one tonight”

28. “Quell the uprising”

29. “Tanks were rolling though the street”

30. “Spreading fast”

31. “Close confidante”

32. “Watch the unrest”

33. “Get the message out”

34. “Show our solidarity”

35. “Magic moment”

36. “Same amount of hope”

37. “It was an absolute success”

38. “Put up an event on Facebook”

39. “Eyeballing and estimating”

40. “Had a lot of objectives”

41. “Emotions and ties. Some connection with their feelings”

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