Category Archives: Writing

Miss Sweetie’s Hat

As some of you know, I’m a big fan of novels by Stacey Lee. She writes great stories set in various points throughout American history. Her latest is called The Downstairs Girl, set in the “Gilded Age” of the late nineteenth … Continue reading

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Tea Time

Greetings dear listeners, it’s time for another episode of the Canadian Summer podcast. This episode takes place near beautiful Lake Louise. The boys pitch in to do a good deed for a family in trouble. They also reunite with Cale’s … Continue reading

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Canadian Summer

If you’ve followed this blog lately you’ll know I’ve been working on podcasting. I recently published two short story podcasts, which I hope you enjoyed. Those were all done as preparation for this moment. I am excited to announce the … Continue reading

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Jasper’s Food Drive

Roy and Cale run into some trouble while trying to do a good deed. Continue reading

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Starswept by Mary Fan

It’s cover reveal day for Starswept by Mary Fan! This sweeping YA sci-fi romance will be released on August 29 by Snowy Wings Publishing. The cover features photography by Roberto Falck, with graphic design by Streetlight Graphics. Title: Starswept Author: Mary Fan … Continue reading

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Sharing Stories

All of us humans are storytellers. Most people won’t write a novel, but everyone shares a story at some time. Perhaps it’s a family memory, or a tale of the glory days of high school, but we all tell stories … Continue reading

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Learning From Merle

Merle Haggard passed away yesterday and I found myself feeling pretty melancholy. His music has been a part of my life for as long as I’ve been around. I can remember my father singing his songs and I sang them to … Continue reading

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