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One month to lift off!

One month to go until my book launch for To Catch a Fox. Four weeks exactly until the date — March 26th. It’s starting to feel real. Hope to see you there!

Journey to Imagination

My retreat characters dress in constumes Birds of Paradise grow wild in California. California oranges are delightful! Author Helen Henderson features To Catch a Fox on her blog titled Journey to the Stars and Worlds of Imagination. While my novel isn’t as fantastical as Helen’s writing, my primary setting for To Catch a Fox is [...]

Thanks Janet

Fellow BWL author Janet Lane Walters continues her profile of my writing and books.

Do I prefer to write heroes or villains?

Today, author Janet Lane Walters interviews me on her blog Eclectic Writer. She asked me some intriguing questions, such as which do I enjoy writing more: heroes, heroines or villains?

Why Host a Book Launch?

Today I blog on my publisher’s website about  Why Host a Book Launch?

Wordbridge

Conference room – Panel on Publishing Options I enjoyed my weekend trip to Wordbridge, Lethbridge’s inaugural writers’ conference. Eighty-five people attended, a good turnout for a new event held in a small city.  I met a few new people, spent time with others I’d met before, and found I liked the intimate atmosphere of the [...]

Launch Date

The launch for To Catch a Fox is set for Tuesday, March 26th, 7:00 p.m. at Owl’s Nest Bookstore. Hope you can make it!

My Inner City Story

Friday Jan 25, 2019, 5-7 p.m. I’ll be reading my short story “Gentrifying Gina” at Loft 112 and answering questions about the story and my writing. The Loft – located in Calgary’s East Village, #112 – 535, 8 Avenue SE Everyone welcome. Refreshments available. For $5 cash you can buy a chapbook of the story.

WGA Interview

University of Alberta student, Mulki Jimale, wrote this excellent interview of me for the Writers’ Guild of Alberta Meet Our Members page. I really enjoyed my talk with Mulki.

Multiple Perspectives for the New Year

Today I blog on my publisher BWL’s website about writing multiple perspective. Whose viewpoint is right?

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