Blueberries are ripe, raspberries are almost done, and any strawberries that I find in the patch seem like miracles. The basil is tall, some of it is going to seed. The carrots must be growing underground, I believe this because… Continue reading
Check out the Book trailer for A Tinfoil Sky. The trailer was shot by a grade twelve student in the back alleys of Nelson BC. His name, as you'll see on the trailer, is Andrew Woodward and he also shot… Continue reading
Saskatchewan holds many great memories for me. Number one, I was born in Saskatchewan and made many trips back to visit my Grandparents. Years later while traveling by Greyhound bus with my young son who had been born and raised in the mountains,… Continue reading
As a parent, educator and writer I am deeply inspired by the struggles young people face and the courage they show in over coming often incredibly difficult experiences. I am grateful that at long last there is an avenue for all Canadians… Continue reading
Absolutely great news– I've received A Chocolate Lily Book Award nomination for A Tinfoil Sky. I'm looking forward to hearing from and responding to young readers from across our province. My congratulations to all the authors who have been shortlisted. This… Continue reading
all rolled into one great time! Toronto is a great city and for a small town girl it's a good thing the locals were friendly. I just couldn't seem to get my north south east west straight in my head.
Thank… Continue reading
That's right, by this time tomorrow I'll be flying across the country. I'm looking forward to visiting with readers in Whitby Ont. on Monday, a session at Toronto Public Library /Bloor Gladstone branch on Tuesday, and a session at the Toronto Public… Continue reading