Writing About Mental Health

Hi book friends! October is Mental Health Awareness Month, an issue close to my heart and writing. I'm honoured that Secret Lives was included in this stunning list of books c/o BookTrib and WFWA, attempting to break the silence around mental health, combat stigma, and foster a more empathetic world. I try to approach mental... Continue Reading →

Author Q&A with Jennifer J. Chow!

Happy Monday, bookworms! Please tell me it isn’t snowing where you are. That’s what I woke up to in Ottawa this morning and while it’s not entirely unusual and definitely won stay on the ground long, it’s still a reminder of the long winter months ahead. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love winter, the... Continue Reading →

WOTS Author Chat Reminder!

Yay, my one author event that hasn't been cancelled! 😂😂😂 Hope you can join us on Twitter tomorrow at 1 pm. Follow #WOTSAuthorChat for all things Secret Lives of Mothers & Daughters! 💕

Happy I Read Canadian Day!

It's I Read Canadian Day! A day meant to celebrate and elevate the unique and wondrous world that is CanLit, woot woot! I feel very fortunate to have had mentions in a couple of lists compiled by The 49th Shelf this week. The one that was published today made me smile (not only because it... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Author Sonia Saikaley!

Happy Valentine's Day, book peeps! I'm over the moon to have my good friend and book sister, Sonia Saikaley, on the blog today. Sonia is a ridiculously talented author and wonderful person. We've known each other for many years now and I cannot imagine travelling this writing journey without her friendship, wisdom, and support. I'm... Continue Reading →

I have some exciting book news to share! Within the past week, "Secret Lives of Mothers & Daughters" has popped up on a couple of reading lists - Most Anticipated Spring 2020 Fiction Preview for The 49th Shelf and January Reads for the Rest of Us by iconic feminist publication Ms. Magazine. It was a... Continue Reading →

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