Showing posts from February, 2015

Ride to the TORONTO URBAN BOOK EXPO in Style with FREE Ubers!

TORONTO, ONT (February 2015) - Kya Publishing is excited to announce that Uber, the app that connects you with a private driver at the tap of a button, will be offering new users their first ride free, up to $25 to or from the Toronto Urban Book Expo. The Expo is taking place on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at the Toronto Public Library's Malvern branch, located at 30 Sewells Road from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Admission is free, and all ages are welcome to attend this event which will feature a selection of Canadian urban writers selling their urban fiction, children's, and motivational books. Refreshments will be provided, there will be live hip hop, reggae, and soca music provided by DJ Majesty, and the Toronto Urban Book Expo will also feature an open meeting of the legendary BlackStarLine Readers Book Club from 1:00 - 3:00pm. Follow these steps to create your Uber account, to ensure that you don't miss the Black History Month festivities of the Toronto Urban Book

Kya Publishing Launches New Website

TORONTO, ONT (February 2015) - Canadian independent publishing house, Kya Publishing, has just launched a new and improved website, featuring a hub for all of their book, event, social media, and service information. In preparation for their upcoming Toronto Urban Book Expo (February 28 at the Toronto Public Library's Malvern Branch), the site will serve as a reference point and guide for their urban fiction-focused activities and products, year-round. Kya Publishing--owned and operated by Toronto-based author Stacey Marie Robinson--is a proud supporter of "Canadian Literature Inspired by Urban Culture," and will use the website as a resource for writers and readers in the community who are interested in the growth of the genre of Canadian Urban Fiction. "I love Toronto's urban culture as well as the publishing process; this website is the perfect way for me to combine those passions and link them to my books," said Robinson. "Through communic