Author Q&A with Frances Boyle

Hi everyone! How are you managing? I hope you're keeping safe and healthy! Today I'm pleased to share with you my Q&A with local Ottawa writer and friend, Frances Boyle. I've had the pleasure of getting to know Frances over the past few years and have found her work truly inspiring and her friendship a... 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 →

Author Q&A with Lisa Wilkes

I'm delighted to have Lisa Wilkes, author of Flight Path, on the blog today. Lisa and I met through our writers group (@2020debuts on Twitter and IG) and it's been a real pleasure getting to know her. We have more in common than I could have imagined, from our taste in books to our love... 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 →

Writerly Resolutions

Happy New Year's Eve! As we embark on a new year AND a new decade, here are some of my writerly resolutions. (Graphic above.) Key words include: ENJOY, CELEBRATE, FAITH. There are so many things I'm nervous about as "Secret Lives of Mothers & Daughters" makes its way into the wild, but whatever happens or... Continue Reading →

Quotables

A sampling of quotes from some of the books I've read recently. Hopefully you'll find your next read among them or perhaps be reminded of one that you enjoyed. Happy reading, Bookworms, and thanks for stopping by. A :) On Writing & Life: "E.L. Doctorow once said that "writing a novel is like driving a... Continue Reading →

In Search of Writing Inspiration

They say the worst thing a creative person can do is spend all of their time doing "their thing," whatever their thing might be. For writers this often means spending too much time with their laptops and WIPs and imaginary friends/enemies/ghosts, and not enough time seeking out new places and people and lived experiences. Don't... Continue Reading →

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