Monthly Archives: September 2012

Gettin’ out on the street

Gearing up to participate in my very first Toronto Word on the Street tomorrow. And I’m absolutely thrilled that I’ll be part of it. Between noon and 1 p.m., I’ll be at Crime Writers of Canada’s booth, #233, at the … Continue reading

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Co-writing a novel

Today, I present Canadian authors Melodie Campbell and Cynthia St-Pierre. Their new mystery, A Purse to Die For, was released by Imajin Books this summer. I asked them how two writers go about writing an entire book together. That’s something … Continue reading

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All’s right with my world!

My first royalty payment landed today (Friday), the fruits of Safe Harbor‘s terrific sales in late May and June, and what a lovely surprise it was. Better than expected. And to make a great day even better, I had a … Continue reading

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Writing for young adults

I’m delighted to present fellow Imajin Books author Eileen Schuh. The Traz, the first adventure in her BackTracker series, is a novel for “young adults.” It centres around Katrina, a lonely 13-year-old who’s desperate for acceptance. When Shrug, a biker … Continue reading

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Blast-off for SpaceHive!

Kenna McKinnon’s debut novel, SpaceHive, has just been launched as a paperback by Imajin Books, a few weeks after the e-book’s release.  A sci-fi thriller for young adults, SpaceHive’s central character is 12-year-old Jason Anderson. Jason has been kidnapped by … Continue reading

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