I’m close to publication with my new novel, Rose Coloured Houses. Im editing and revising. Chapter One is available for free. I’d appreciate your feedback. Thank you! Here’s the link to FREE CHAPTER. http://tinyurl.com/y37fjlyf Advertisements
I’m getting very close to publishing my novel, Rose Coloured Houses. I’ve had a few Chapters edited and have some beta readers. Would you like to be among my very first readers? I’ve set up a way for you to get Chapter One immediately. You don’t have to buy anything! Just add your email address… Read More Would You Like to Read Chapter One Of My New Novel?
I’ve been trying to get an email subscriber’s list since I wrote Not My Story To Tell four years ago. I signed up with Constant Contact and tried effortlessly to figure it out. I gave up. Then I tried Mail Chimp. Again I spend hours and hours but couldn’t understand it. Now I’ve signed up… Read More Setting Up Email Subscribers Eludes Me
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I’ve been enjoying a week with my grandson, Oliver at my house. He’s three and a half and full of energy. I keep him busy all day at parks and playgroups and in the evening, I’m tired. It’s a good tired feeling. When we lost our daughter (and sister) Justine four and a half years… Read More Oliver and Me
I got an exciting email yesterday from Claire Harris Perkins from Book Club Talk Radio Club. She said she’s writing a￼ self-help book for authors called How to Stand Out From the Crowd with your Book Marketing and would like to use my back page blurb as an example of how to attract readers. I… Read More My Blurb is Going to be Featured in a Book
I haven’t had time to write lately, as my mother broke her foot and I’ve been helping her. My mind has been on a title for my novel. It’s about a girl in the 1940’s who realizes her father isn’t who she thinks he is. It’s reminiscent of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, a favourite… Read More Homes and Dreams
I just received a phone call that has left me warm and fuzzy. A woman I met in Florida, who just happens to live close to me in Canada read my memoir, Not My Story To Tell, gave it to her daughter, who in turn recommended it to her daughter. The twenty-four year old granddaughter… Read More My Readers Warm My Heart
This is an extremely important article on how improvements can be made in treating people with mental health issues. I expressed my frustrations in my memoir, Not My Story To Tell about my daughter, Justine’s struggle with a broken system. Rethinking Therapy was in the Globe and Mail Newspaper today. It makes many valid points.