Langley authors Jim McGregor and Natasha Jones will be at the City of Langley fire hall on Saturday, June 22, signing copies of their recently released novel, Surfacing.
McGregor, a Langley Times columnist and retired fire chief joined forces with Jones, a former Langley Times reporter, in 2006, to begin writing the story of a boy whose unique connection with his father brings the injured firefighter out of a three-year coma and helps set him on the road to recovery — albeit a road with no shortage of bumps, potholes and potential wrong turns.
Copies of the novel will be sold for $22 each, from noon to 3 p.m. The firehall is located at 5785 203 St.
Surfacing is also available at Coles in the Willowbrook Mall and at Wendel’s Book Store in Fort Langley Online, Amazon.com, is offering it in both soft cover and Kindle editions.
Jones and McGregor will also be at Otter Co-op, 248 Street and Fraser Highway, on Saturday, July 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.