Book Reviews. Thanks to Christine Peets for this interview and review!Read more "Strangely Incredibly Good – New Review & Interview"
Happy Friday everyone! I’m pleased to announce I’m reviving my Interview with a Poet series! I’ll try to feature one new poet here every week. Please let me know if you’d like to be featured by contacting me in the comments section below, or drop me a line via email. My first featured poet of […]Read more "Interview with a Poet: Alexis Spencer-Byers"
For a long time it seemed to me that real life was about to begin, but there was always some obstacle in the way. Something had to be got through first, some unfinished business; time still to be served, a debt to be paid. Then life would begin. At last it dawned on me that […]Read more "These Obstacles Are My Life"
Writing Tip: Move into creativity with 30 minutes of cardio every day. Your writing sessions will last longer as the ideas come faster! I sometimes (okay, often!) put off exercise for days and days, because I think I can’t afford the time to do that AND reach my daily word count goal. But guess what? […]Read more "Cardio for Creativity"
Author Events Fall 2014 October and November on my calendar are filling up with exciting events! I’ll be doing a book sales & signing at Chapters Pointe Claire Quebec, Saturday, October 4, from 1 – 4 p.m. On the same date in November, Tuesday, November 4 at 7 p.m., I’ll be at Pincourt Library, reading […]Read more "Strangely, Incredibly Busy!"
It’s a weird and wonderful feeling to be working on a story…ok, a SEQUEL:) … and refer to the published book beside you, instead of notes in your computer, to get a fact straight.Thanks for reading, and hang in there, Cat’s coming back!Read more "Oh, What a Feeling!"
My new business cards from Moo.com are so much fun! Love how they and their lovely card holders (which come free with the cards) are sourced from paper from sustainable forests and recycled pulp. Even the four, red order reference cards aren’t wasted. Instead, they have fun sayings on them like “I like your shoes.” […]Read more "A Face and a Name"