Coming March 2020

The Copy Cat

I may have spoken too soon…

It seems that Spring does not want to arrive here in New Brunswick.

My normally cheerful self is feeling, well, slightly less cheerful.

Oh well. It will be better. Won’t it?

I’ve been hunkered down in my office anyway, revising my WIP. After a fabulous brainstorming session with my agent Lauren Galit, and her associate, Caitlen Rubino-Bradway, I am firing on all cylinders and really love this book!

I’ve also been reading. My latest #mglit read is THE MISCALCULATIONS OF LIGHTNING GIRL, by Stacy McAnulty, which frankly, is just a fantastic title!

This book is going to make you laugh out loud, sigh, and perhaps, shed a tear. But you will LOVE it!

I don’t know about you, but I am waiting for Game of Thrones to begin on Sunday. Wait – the better description is – I am practically vibrating as I wait for the final season to begin. So many theories, so little time…

If you’d like a little Game of Thrones-ish middle grade title, look no further than THE MAD WOLF’S DAUGHTER and its sequel HUNT FOR THE MAD WOLF’S DAUGHTER, by Diane Magras. The middle ages, characters on the run after they’re accused of treason, a noble character at the heart of the story who fights for what’s right. The story has it all and is, even better, age appropriate!

Enjoy your week!!!!

2 thoughts on “I may have spoken too soon…”

brenda borody

Dear Wendy, thank you for the wonderful book The Frame Up. I absolutely love it. I volunteer in an elementary school library two days a week and have been looking for good reads for the kids. I heard your interview with Sheilagh Rogers and was intrigued. So I got the book through our local library.
I love Art galleries and I also paint so it was terrific to read about the Beaverbrook and the cool art lessons that Janice planned. The ending was so good, I confess I sobbed my heart out.
Again thanks so much for your creativeness..

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