How We Did It: A sampling of headlines

Karl interviewed on CBC radio’s Day 6 about having two boys in the playoffs

Karl interviewed by Shelagh Rogers on The Next Chapter on CBC Radio.

Scott Colby interviewed by Lisa Laco on Superior Morning, CBC Radio Thunder Bay.

Karl article and interview on Sportsnet.

An interview with Karl and me by the Society for International Hockey Research

Great interview on CTV Montreal with Karl Subban about How We Did It. The interviewer touched on the major themes. It’s not just about hockey.

Scott Colby profiled in Bayview Magazine, Thunder Bay.

Book Excerpt in the Toronto Star, Saturday Sept. 30

Toronto Star Excpert

How P.K. Subban_s dad prepared him for the game of life | Toronto Star

Karl profiled in the Globe and Mail.

Getting our suits from RW&Co. for the book tour



Audiobook version of How We Did It

Karl voiced an audiobook version of How We Did It. Our book was selected to be one of 17 titles for the launch of its audiobook program.

Here is the press release:

TORONTO, Sept. 8, 2017 /CNW/ – Penguin Random House is pleased to announce the launch of its audiobooks program in Canada. This week, the program is launching with seventeen audiobook titles, including recordings of books by prize-winning Canadian authors such as Gary Barwin (Yiddish for Pirates) and Mona Awad (Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl). The list includes two books published in August: Linden MacIntyre’s novel The Only Café, read by actor Greg Campbell; and Pauline Dakin’s memoir, Run, Hide, Repeat, read by the author. Audiobooks that will be released simultaneous with the book’s original print publication this fall include David Chariandy’s novel Brother, read by actor Joseph Pierre, and a number of nonfiction books read by their authors, including, Feeding My Mother by Jann Arden; Game Change by Ken Dryden; All We Leave Behind by Carol Off; and How We Did It by Karl Subban and Scott Colby, read by Karl Subban.

A number of beloved and bestselling classics are also in production, such as Life of Pi by Yann Martel, read by Rajiv Surendra, and A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews, read by the author. Recently published books now in studio include Jen Agg reading I Hear She’s a Real Bitch and Wab Kinew reading The Reason You Walk.

Penguin Random House Canada began development of this audiobook program just this spring under the direction of Deputy Publisher Marion Garner, with the hiring of Ann Jansen as Producer, Audio Books. Jansen joined us from the CBC where she was a leader in book programming, and launched CBC’s serialized book-reading program “Between the Covers”.

“Ann’s expertise in all aspects of audiobook production makes her the perfect person to lead this program,” noted Garner, “And through the impressive efforts of Ann and her team, in collaboration with our publishers, we’re starting this new venture with a remarkable list of audiobooks this fall, and ambitious plans for the future.”

Ann Jansen commented, “It’s truly thrilling to be recording the wonderful books published by Penguin Random House in Canada, working with outstanding authors and actors in studios across the country. We look forward to swiftly releasing new titles in months and years to come, while continuing to record titles from our treasure trove of past publications.”

Here is the link.

Costco Connection

Karl was featured on the September/October 2017 of the Costco Connection. An excellent profile that features the main themes of the book. Read the article here.

Subban Costco

The Tennessean

Our first article about How We Did It. Published in the Tennessean.

Author Mike Organ of the USA Today Network, called it “a must read.’

“For fans of Predators second-year defenseman P.K. Subban, a soon-to-be published book — “How We Did It; The Subban Plan For Success In Hockey, School and Life” — written by his father, Karl, is a must-read.”

And now you must read. Here is the link:

Random House tweet

Penguin Random House press release about the book

The press release announcing the book, Sept. 16, 2015.