Can there be any worse nightmare for a writer than having your laptop die? … More A Writer’s Nightmare
How do you spend the day prior to a book launch? I practiced the excerpt I’m reading one more time. I packed bags with books and cash, raffle tickets, tape, pens, business cards, bookmarks, a receipt book. That took maybe an hour. Otherwise… … More Book Launch Night! and some freebies.
Do me a favour? Pay my second book some attention; it wants to be read. And its older sibling is free right now, on Amazon, for the Kindle reader or app….so for a minimal price, you can have them both. Think of it as a kindness. If I know other people are giving them their share of attention, I can focus on gestating the third baby! … More Second Books are like Second Children
“Retirement” still seems to involve twelve-hour days. … More Catching Up
It’s been raining, hard, for several days now. In some areas of Ontario, and in neighbouring Quebec, flooding has become a serious issue. My own issue is minor: I can’t write. I can’t write – or more specifically, I can’t build plot and setting and action – because I can’t go walking. Walking is when … More Rain
Anything but work on the novel…. … More Procrastination 101
The most accomplished and polished book of the series. … More Enhanced: Book 6 in the Freya Snow series: A Review
Wyshea Shadows is an epic fantasy with three main women characters whose lives are intertwined with war, mystery, a common enemy, and love. … More Introducing Geoffrey Saign
Here’s a look into the opening scenes of Empire’s Hostage. … More Empire’s Hostage: Status update and an excerpt.
While religion is a background element in Empire’s Daughter, not a component of the plot, its world would not have felt real to me without including some acknowledgements of how its culture marked the turning points of the year, especially Midwinter. … More Lena’s World: MidWinter Celebrations (Empire’s Daughter Backgrounder 3)