Author Archive

Every Cover Tells a Story

Calgary insurance adjuster Paula Savard investigates a hit-and-run collision. She unearths secrets that led to murder.

A Cover For a New Book

Today, on the BWL Author’s blog, I write about how my novels got their designs https://bwlauthors.blogspot.com/

Monet’s Cataracts – and mine

Last summer I noticed a cloudiness in my left eye. I thought it might be due to cataracts, which run on both sides of my family. My husband had them a few years ago, with similar symptoms. When my eye doctor confirmed the problem in both eyes, she said that she likes referring severely near-sighted […]

My books on Amazon

Amazon has finally decided to recognize Canada as the originator of paperback books. This means BWL no longer has to publish my books on Amazon.com with the higher USA conversation prices. BWL can now publish the books on Amazon.ca and price them to the Canadian marketplace. My books will still be available in the USA […]

Cataracts

Spring Break

During this past winter of staying home, I looked forward to a spring getaway with my husband Will and our son Matt. With travel outside of Canada and our province of Alberta restricted this month, we booked a four-night stay in Canmore, an hour a half drive from our Calgary home and just outside the […]

Meghan, Harry & The Crown

Like millions of people in North America and Britain, I watched the recent Oprah Winfrey interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. When the couple married almost three years ago, my husband and I happened to be in the UK on vacation. We visited the church at Windsor Castle, where the wedding would take place […]

The Oprah interview

On today’s BWL author blog I offer my 2 pence on the Meghan and Harry’s infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey. The couple has come a long way since their wedding almost three years ago at Windsor Castle.

Great deal!

Until March 13th, you can buy ebooks of my novels for 50 % off ($1.49 USD) at  Smashwords.

How will writers handle this pandemic?

When I attend Zoom meetings with other writers, someone always asks if we’ll write about the current pandemic in our fiction. Invariably a couple of people reply they’re so so tired of COVID-19 that when it’s over they won’t want to write or read anything about it. They hope to move on and write stories […]

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