Good Morning Folks, for the third story of local haunting’s, I’ve chosen Long Point. Not along the inhabited beaches, but … More Haunting Of Long Point
When my publicist for Undercover with the Nanny asked me what my brand was, it was hard for me not … More What’s Your Brand?
My dearest Gentle Reader, I finally went to see Love, Simon and I have a few thoughts. I don’t wanna … More This is Why Gail Didn’t Love Love, Simon & Some Alternative Options (Miss Carriger Recommends)
After meeting some of Crimson Dawn, a group of Klingons from Timmins at the Sudbury Graphic-Con last year, I followed … More How I ended up partying with the Klingons!
Longtime followers know that I select a charity to support each year and I usually drag you all into the … More Charity Pledge For 2018: Susan G. Komen
Films: A Quiet Place (U.S., 2018) Ugetsu (Japan, 1953) Alt-Right: Days Of Rage (U.S., 2018) Two Worlds Colliding (Canada, 2004) … More April Cultural Roundup
I recently watched InnSaei which is a documentary available on Netflix about the power of intuition and creativity. InnSaei is … More InnSaei Documentary Highlights, The Power of Intuition
Autism Fact: Autism is a lifelong, developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, … More Autism Awareness Month
A few months ago I was in Indigo looking for a few new books to read and I happened upon … More Leonardo DaVinci
If it’s Friday, it must be France … It’s Friday the 13th! Thought by some to bring bad luck, to … More Lucky Friday the 13th!
An Interview with David Campbell of Tillerman Tea Whenever I taste a tea that is new to me, I embrace … More Taiwan’s Winter Oolongs
I’ve just received word that Sun Storm has been entered into the Moonlight and Mystery Readers’ Choice Contest. When you vote … More Vote for Sun Storm and enter a chance to win $100 #Giveaway
Films: Serpico (US, 1973) The Florida Project (U.S., 2017) Literary: International Women’s Day Reading at Queen Books with Danila Botha, … More March Cultural Roundup
The Good Liar by Catherine McKenzie is a thought-provoking psychological suspense story, published on April 3, 2018 by Simon and Schuster, … More The Good Liar ~ Book Review
Good Morning Folks, here’s another spooky tale I have managed to find for our area. This one shocked and surprised me, … More Haunting in St Williams
Toronto Teen Writers and Artists/Photographers I’m thrilled to once again be a guest editor of the Toronto Public Library’s annual … More Opportunities for Teen Creators
I’m sure many people across North America and Europe are asking themselves when Spring is actually going to arrive. From … More IS IT SPRING YET? AND SOME RIVETING READS.
My Goodreads Giveaways for the USA and Canada end on April 10th, my birthday! As of today, the 8th (which … More April 10th: My birthday and Goodreads Giveaway (Please read)
Have you ever had the very best of intentions and then realized that you are completely misguided? For weeks, I … More Good Intentions
It’s finally here! Perimeter: Joe Ballen, Book Two goes live today! Everybody in the world needs to buy this book–I … More Perimeter Launch Day
Campbell River’s literary festival this past weekend was such a good time. It’s one of the most beautiful places (the … More Words on the Water
Richie Billing conducted research from book bloggers and many Facebook groups to address this question:“What makes you put down a … More WHY READERS GIVE UP ON A BOOK
Huge congratulations to Kerensa Jennings whose sensational literary thriller SEAS OF SNOW was just released in paperback! Since its hardcover publication a year … More On Faith, Doubt & Arthur Miller
After reading UPDRAFT, and loving it, I dove dove right into the second book in the Bone Universe series, CLOUDBOUND, … More Book Review: CLOUDBOUND, by Fran Wilde
I love being “in the zone.” Totally concentrated on what I’m doing. Especially when I’m writing. People talk to me … More Zoned