Monthly Archives: January 2012

Sequel to Safe Harbor

Heading north on Thursday to check on the stone cottage in Haliburton, and then further north to visit friend Carol LavallĂ©e in North Bay. I have a birthday present for her, a framed copy of Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World. An … Continue reading

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Piggybacking to market

I’m going piggybacking with friend and fellow journalist Al Emid. Al’s second book, Financial Recovery in a Fragile World, which he wrote with Robert Ironside and Evelyn Jacks, came out earlier this month. It’s an advice book that tells readers … Continue reading

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Safe Harbor’s blast-off approaching

Safe Harbor‘s release date is getting closer. The ebook should be available on or around March 21, and the paperback a month later on April 21. Details are now falling into place to convince me that my book is really … Continue reading

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Meet Susanna Kearsley

Susanna Kearsley will talk to Sisters in Crime Toronto at its first meeting of the new year this Thursday, Jan. 19. A former museum curator, Susanna wrote her first novel, the romance Mariana, on a dare from her sister, and … Continue reading

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