Author Chat with Kate Lansing!

Hi book friends! I'm absolutely thrilled to have my writer sister in the trenches and prolific cozy mystery author, Kate Lansing, visit the blog today! We first got to know each other way back in 2019 through the #2020debuts group and quickly bonded over our love of running, kitties, and the fantastic adaptation of His... Continue Reading →

Family Literacy Day!

Happy Family Literacy Day! As an author mom, there's almost nothing better than reading with my daughter and watching her develop a love for stories. Recently, I've spied her grabbing books from the shelf and flipping through them on her own. She's also started that wondrous imaginative play phase of toddlerhood, babbling with her stuffies... Continue Reading →

Meet and Greet with Jen Gilroy

Happy Friday, bookworms!   Today I'm so pleased to share with you a writerly chat I had with my dear friend and author, Jen Gilroy.¬† We first met through the Women's Fiction Writers Association and have since discovered that we have a great deal in common. I won't give too much away! Hop on over... Continue Reading →

Books and Cocktails

OK! So, this is brilliant. And I really shouldn't be surprised because the idea comes from the brilliant mind of my friend and debut author Sara Bond. I'm sincerely honoured to be featured on Sara's Pairings Project, where she marries the perfect book with the perfect drink. I told you it was brilliant. Hop on... Continue Reading →

Author Q&As!

I hope your 2020 is off to a great start! It's been a little hectic over here in the lead-up to the release of "Secret Lives of Mothers & Daughters." Just a few weeks to go, I can't quite believe it! I'm posting today about¬† a new feature on the blog that I'm really excited... Continue Reading →

When it Hits You…

So, tell me, how were your holidays? Well, you survived them at least, right? Me too, not entirely intact, but nevertheless here we are. ;-) It's been great losing track of the days during this quiet part of the holidays, the week between Christmas and New Year's. But something occurred to me today. I saw... Continue Reading →

Writing as an Act of Place-making

Today #MeetThe2020s asks: How has your background affected your writing? Wow. How hasn't it? In the tweet below you'll find the character-limited short story. Here on the blog I can indulge in the long story. Not too long, I promise. The truth is, I knew I wanted to be a writer since the age of... Continue Reading →

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