It’s a Mystery, Pig Face!

February 2017

It's a Mystery, Pig Face!

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End of Summer

  I don’t know about you, but I’m not ready to let the summer go… It was 10C when I […]

The Writer’s Life

  Sometimes a writer’s life can be lonely. I blame the blizzard for my current feeling of melancholy, for when […]

When Your Characters Veer Off Course

  I was fully prepared to draft my current Work in Progress. Character Sheets were done. Scenes were sketched out. […]

Are you doing NaNoWriMo This Year?

  I love NaNoWriMo. And since it’s October, that can only mean one thing: it’s time to prep for the […]

CCWWP Conference/Canadian Writer’s Summit

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  June 18, 2016: CCWWP Conference/Canadian Writer’s Summit at the Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON Myself, along with fellow debut authors […]

The “To Be Read” Pile

    I love to read. Well it kind of makes sense, doesn’t it, since I love to write? Yes, […]

How My Yard Work Helps my Writing

I am doing a lot of writing outside these days And no, I don’t take a pen and paper…. I […]

Daily Gleaner Interview!

  I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Tara Chislett from The Daily Gleaner, my local newspaper, about my […]

Lions and Titles and Bears – Oh My!

via GIPHY Writing Book Titles is not my forte. In fact, you’ll be surprised to learn that the original title […]

The Winged Pen Blog Interviews Me!

  I love the new blog, The Winged Pen. So I was absolutely honoured when Kristi Wientge asked if I’d […]

Books as Change Agents

  One of the most important roles books can play in our lives is to shine a light on a particular […]

Pig-Face Has a Publication Date

Houston, we have a date! For everyone who’s been asking (and thank you for your interest!), It’s a Mystery, Pig-Face has […]

The Pain and Joy of Revisions

Life is one revision after another. We crawl, we walk, we run, and sometimes if we are lucky, we fly. […]

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