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Reader Recognition – that’s what my newsletter is all about. Recognizing that, without you, I wouldn’t have a writing career. You read, recommend, and review my books. I’ll use my newsletter to let you know when I have a new… Continue Reading →


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Here’s a not-very-secret secret. Reviews sell books. Book sales let me keep writing. That’s why I’m on a quest to bring my books’ total number of reviews on Amazon and Goodreads up to 500 in the next five months. You… Continue Reading →

Lucky, Lucky, Lucky …

Reasons I am lucky … I ride this beautiful horse, under these beautiful skies, in this beautiful field. And, my husband comes along to keep me company (and provide video services!).

Objects in Mirror – New Paperback Edition!

For anyone who has wanted a paperback version of Objects in Mirror with the new, improved, cover, and in the trim size that matches my other books … well, it’s here! You can order a copy right now, from Amazon… Continue Reading →

Six-Month Horse – Now Available!

The Island Series Prequel – Six-Month Horse – is now available for sale at just $0.99! Get this novella – the story that starts the series – and get a taste of the island in the autumn while finding out… Continue Reading →

ARC – The Game of Hope

When my friend Sandra Gulland emailed me to ask if I’d be interested in reading an ARC of her upcoming YA novel, The Game of Hope, I said I had a better idea – I’d like to offer a copy… Continue Reading →

Fresh and New

It’s been colder than cold in Ottawa … in Ontario … in most of Canada, this holiday season. But it’s also been very, very sunny, and pretty, and definitely fresh. I’ve been able to get outside with my favourite people…. Continue Reading →

Long Time Running

All four of us were mostly sick for Christmas. I don’t like to say it ruined Christmas but it was pretty hard to savour the moment, or be in the spirit, or breathe … However, silver linings and all that,… Continue Reading →

Letting go … moving forward

Fall Line has a new cover. You won’t be surprised to hear there’s a reason for the new cover. When I launched Fall Line, I kind of messed up. You see, I worked really hard on getting the skiing stuff… Continue Reading →

Christmas Cheer?

Quite often, while I’m doing mundane, repetitive tasks (e.g. replacing selective “n” dashes in my manuscript with “m” dashes), I listen to CBC podcasts. Yesterday, a short (six-minute) piece from Cross-Country Check-up caught my eye. The title was “‘Our house… Continue Reading →

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