Visit the sleepy little town of Peace, Montana a farming community in the heart of Big Sky Country. Founded over 100 years ago, although mostly charming and friendly, an undercurrent of secrecy and danger lurks where its least expected. Peace is home to some amazing people and the folks of Peace know how to have … Continue reading Discover Peace
Today I am happy to be part of Writers Persevere!, an event that authors Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi are running for the next few days to celebrate their release of their newest book, The Emotional Wound Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Psychological Trauma. This book looks at the difficult experiences embedded in our character’s … Continue reading Celebrating Perseverance in the Writing Community
I'm always on the lookout for new resources to improve my writing and pass on to my author friends, so when anything new by Angela Ackerman comes out, I'm right up there with my pre-order flag waving! This book couldn't come at a better time for me since I'm writing my way through the death … Continue reading Emotional Thesaurus!
Thanks so much to Cat Imb, fearless blogger at The Reading Cat for fostering Y'keta during this years Foster An Author week! Check out her blog, she's got great reviews, excerpts and give-aways galore! You can find her at http://thereadingcat.weebly.com or on facebook at @the.reading.cat.book.reviews.
Yesterday, I was approached by an English teacher from a local private school who wants to use Y'keta in her class. This makes two Calgary schools that have asked me for copies of Y'keta to use as examples of character development and world-building. I didn't ever imagine my little Y'keta receiving such a great reception. … Continue reading Y’keta goes to school
Thanks so much to Edward Gray for inviting me to do a "Meet the Author" guest post on his blog! An aspiring mystery writer, Edward is a Calgary mystery author's I had the privilege to meet during signings at Chapters/Indigo Signal Hill. It was great to talk to another bookaholic and to share stories about the … Continue reading Y’keta in the blogosphere.
A soft echo of cursing drifts from the bedroom as a minion on my tablet yells "BELLO"* WTH- an email notification at 6am! I run into the bedroom to grab the tablet before it wakes the fuzzball; too late-it's up. Good morning, I'm sorry, kiss, coffee.. all's well in the house. Now, who's emailing me … Continue reading Morning at my house.