BC author kc dyer reads from her new book

Otter hosts author kc dyer

BC author kc dyer has earned glowing reviews, and now she’s coming to Otter Books to introduce her book Finding Fraser to the Kootenays.

BC author kc dyer has earned glowing reviews from the likes of Diana Gabaldan, author of the Outlander series, and now she’s coming to Otter Books today to introduce her book Finding Fraser to the Kootenays.

From 7 to 9 p.m. dyer, who does not capitalize her name, will host a unique author event that will include a prize for the “best set of legs in a kilt”, as well as a reading, signing and other giveaways.

Finding Fraser is an Amazon No. 1 bestseller and Kindle All-Star, and it is now available in paperback. It tells the story of 29-year-old Emma Sheridan. Her life a disaster, she’s tired of waiting for the perfect boyfriend to step out of the pages of her favourite book.

“Can Emma face down a naked fishmonger, a randy gnome, a perfidious thief, and even her own abdominal muscles on the journey to find Fraser?” reads the book’s summary.

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