One of the ironies of childhood is that our first introduction to reading often comes in the form of fairy tales and myths in which magic, mysticism, fantastical creatures and mysterious realms app… Source: A Chat with Sandra Hurst
I've met so many good people and learned so much since I started working with the literary community on the internet. People who have been in the 'book biz' either from the writing, or the publishing/sales and marketing sides of the equation. I'd like you to meet some of these great people and have been … Continue reading Changes are coming…
I had a sales and signing table at a local Indigo/Chapters store today . The staff were amazing! A huge thank you to Richard, Dallas, the other Richard, and everyone else at the Signal Hill location. I ended up selling a fair number of books and having a great day talking to people. Some of … Continue reading Book signing at Chapters/Indigo.
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I'm so honoured to be a part of Volume 2 of Coloring Under the Covers. An adult colouring book featuring some of today's hottest authors, along with up-and-coming new talent, side by side with colouring pages based on their works. If you love to colour, love to read, and want to add new authors to your … Continue reading Coloring Under the Covers
Every writer thinks that their book is good, if they didn't it would never move from the computer, to the editor, to the printer, and on to the people. BUT, every writer, at least every one that I've ever spoken to, is crippled by the fear that it just isn't good enough. I know this … Continue reading An end to Baboon Crap!