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Lest We Forget

Today, one day after this year’s special Remembrance Day, I write about my visit to Canada’s WWI battlefields in northern France on the BWL Author BlogSpot.

Opening Weekend at Calgary’s New Central Library

Alcove off The Great Reading Rooom, featuring my short story and 11 others as art books. Looking down to the first floor entertainment for this family day on opening weekend. The sun came out as we were leaving. I loved visiting Calgary’s new Central Library today, along with the estimated crowd of 20,000 – 25, [...]

New Central Library

The Great Reading Room, Calgary Central Library I look forward to visiting Calgary’s new Central Library tomorrow. A host of events will take place during the day, with free public transit to downtown from 7:00 am to 7 p.m.  I’ll be sure to check out my story in art form featured with 12 other artist [...]

Walking with Wordsworth

Today I write about my trip to England’s Lake District, home of William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and their fellow Romantic Poets, on the Books We Love author blog.


I’m back from a week in Ontario visiting family and celebrating Thanksgiving in the countryside. Now I’m back to editing my novel-in-progress, To Catch a Fox. Before the trip, I left off at a spot where a character quoted television personality and psychologist, Dr. Phil. Since I don’t often watch the TV program, I searched [...]


A friend spotted Deadly Fall in the yellow section of Shelf Life Books. My novel is in good company at a great store for Calgary readers and writers.

Paul McCartney’s Home

Today on my publisher BWL’s website I blog about my trip to Liverpool and tour of Beatle Paul McCartney’s home, where he lived as a teenager.

John Lennon’s Boyhood Home

Me and John across the street from Liverpool’s Cavern Club, which launched The Beatles to fame. Today, on my publisher’s website, I blog about my visit to the boyhood home of a famous song writer, John Lennon. Meanwhile, today I’m off to When Words Collide Festival For Readers and Writers.  At noon I’ll be on [...]

Summer Projects

My goal for June and July was to finish the revision of my next novel, To Catch a Fox, while enjoying our summer weather. This was a challenge, as my self-editing has to be done on computer and I can’t work on my laptop outside due to the glare on the screen. I managed to [...]

Shakespeare & Ten Days in Summer

Today on my publisher’s website I blog about my recent visit to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. Also, good news for Ten Days in Summer. My publisher, BWL Ltd., participated in a special Kobo sale that ran over the Canada Day long weekend.  Kobo advised us that three BWL titles made the top 5 best [...]

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