My passion for the Camino de Santiago has come out in many ways over the past couple of years. Most recently, I have completed a young adult novel that is set on this pilgrimage path in Spain. Last year, I also won 3rd place in the (WCSC) Writers' Community of Simcoe County's 2017 Word by… Continue reading Light Near the End of the World, a Camino de Santiago Short Story NOW AVAILABLE
A 3-Day Diary of a Writer Once in Stasis (Before I proceed, just so we're all on the same page, the Merriam-Webster definition of stasis--- "a state or condition in which things do not change, move, or progress". So, that is where I stood as a writer prior to July and between July end… Continue reading The Things Writers Do To Themselves – Or, That Day I Didn’t Actually Finish My Manuscript
Yesterday, the episode of the radio program STORYLINES, with host CHRISTINE COWLEY, on which I appeared, aired on HUNTER'S BAY RADIO. If you happened to miss that airing, Christine was generous enough to provide me with the tapes...and she has allowed me to use them however I wish to use them. Today, I share them… Continue reading Listen Now! The Recordings of My STORYLINES Interview & Play Performance from Hunter’s Bay Radio…
This morning, you can find me over at HUNTER'S BAY RADIO! Back in September I went to the Hunter's Bay Radio recording studio to tape an episode of STORYLINES with my friend-in-writing CHRISTINE COWLEY. Thank GOD we did more than an interview, because quite often I'm a horrible interview subject when it comes to talking.… Continue reading Find Me on Hunter’s Bay Radio! The Speech rises again!
Another day, another visit with authors from the Purgatorium anthology coming soon from ID PRESS! Today, I have an interview with Yvonne Hess. One more to go. Amanda Tompkins has some writerly deadlines to meet, so she will be participating shortly. Writers ALWAYS have deadlines of one kind or another. It keeps us honest! I… Continue reading The Purgatorio Dialogues – Meet the Writers of Purgatorium Part IV
A writer is sometimes lost and sometimes found. And quite often it's a monumental moment that causes the shift between those two delicately interconnected worlds to occur. This weekend, I had one of those moments. I am found. I swear, sometimes it seems a writer's life is made up of a series of gifts, miracles,… Continue reading I Will Tell the Night – Muskoka Novel Marathon 2016 Best Adult Novel Award!