Category Archives: Writing observations

An enthusiastic plug for CQ Magazine and Denman’s Stephanie Slater…

As I make the journey, late in life, as an author, I am continually discovering new paths for expression. But I am by no means the only one. Many many months ago I recommended to the members of my Denman Writers Group, which has been meeting for almost five years now, and was brought to […]

Ta da…The Release of my New Book…

As I write this, two boxes containing my new book, Confessions of an Inadvertently Gentrifying Soul, are in the efficient hands of Canada Post. They may be flying over the Salish Sea, or in a truck waiting in line at Horseshoe Bay for the ferry. How they are actually travelling to my waiting embrace is […]

It is incredibly gratifying to be mentioned…

As I await the imminent publication by Silver Bow Publishing of my second book, a work of literary non-fiction titled Confessions of an Inadvertently Gentrifying Soul, I want to be clear that I have not abandoned my first book, Like a Child to Home. A few months ago, I submitted that first novel to the […]

A great pleasure indeed…

Having self-published one book, a novel,  Like a Child to Home, a work of fiction, vaguely autobiographical with a few camouflaged twists and turns, I set to work on a prequel. It continues to be, as Canadian Senators frequently say about the hoary old Canadian Senate, a work in progress. Other companion fiction projects have […]