Our guest this week is James Fisher of Miramichi, New Brunswick. Those of us that know James, know how much … More The Miramichi Reader with James Fisher
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As many of you know, my work in progress involves Dominic Alexander and begins in Scotland in 1911. Due to … More Excerpt from The Alexanders – The First Decade.
Imagine it’s 1960 and you’re only eleven years old hanging with your best friend on a Sunday, collecting bottles along … More Two Boy and Some Smoke
I love reading stories. I’ve been reading them since my mother brought home Dick & Jane. Okay, so many of … More Six great authors = Six great books
People have asked me, “When is the next Drake Alexander adventure coming? What’s after Wall of War?”I wish I could … More The next Drake Alexander Adventure
Welcome to the “Scribbler I had an opportunity once to visit a food bank to drop off a donation one … More The Food Bank – a short story by allan hudson
Peter is a multi-talented individual that I met recently at the Author’s Fair in Moncton. I’m looking forward to reading … More Guest Author Peter Gillet of New Brunswick.
The Alexander’s – The First Decade, is 85% complete. So far I’ve spent the last two years writing this story; … More An excerpt from The Alexanders – 1916.
Jorja has been a guest before on the Scribbler and she’s back to share some wonderful news. Her novel Sisterly … More Guest Author Jorja Dupont-oliva of Florida.
This story received Honourable Mention in the Writers Federation of New Brunswick’s short story competition a few years ago. It … More The Ship Breakers – a short story by allan hudson
Is Williston Payne a Vigilante? Life for Mr. Payne had been quite normal until tragedy struck in 2001. His sister, … More 4Q Interview with Williston Payne – Lawyer, Defender and Master of Information.
The Alexanders – The First Decade. 1911-1920 This is the working title of my work-in-progress (WIP) and I’m having such … More An excerpt from The Alexanders – The First Decade
Chuck is Back! The First & Fourth. I expect you’ve heard of the Firth of Forth, an estuary (firth) of … More The Body On The Undwerwater Road by Chuck Bowie
Hello Everybody! Today’s post is a re-blog from an interview that one of my guests … More Writing doesn’t have to be lonely!
Something Different this week! Istumbled upon this interesting and original website recently while searching for music from local musician … More Jeff’s Musical Car with Jeff Boudreau.
I’m always surprised at the fount of talent from our small province and Jeremy is a vibrant part of our … More Guest Author Jeremy Thomas Gilmer of New Brunswick.
It’s always fun to have one of my guests return for a second visit and that’s the case this … More Guest Author Sarah Butland of Nova Scotia
Summer is finally here. So are those pesky insects, mosquitos, June bugs, lady bugs, bumble bees (they’re not so bad) … More Wasps – They’re back. A short story by allan hudson
J.A. Dennam writes impossible love stories; literary thrill rides of mystery, suspense, action and spontaneous sex that always conclude … More Guest Author J.A. Dennam of Kansas, USA.
The Scribbler is pleased to have Janice Spina returning to share her thoughts in a 4Q Interview. We have … More Guest Author Janice Spina of New Hampshire.
Partners! The Scribbler is running a series of creative people that happen to be partners with other creative people. The … More Guest Partners Judy Savoie & Gilbert Babin. Author & Musician
Ana Rubio-Serrano is our featured guest this week. We are extremely pleased to have her share her thoughts with a … More Guest Author Ana Rubio-Serrano of Spain
Help me out here! At one time, there was an Underground Railway that brought slaves from the deep south to … More The Whip! A short story by Allan Hudson.