Monthly Archives: March 2013

The editing stage

Easter Weekend and spring has finally arrived in central Ontario. With the stirrings of new life all around me, it seems most appropriate that the second Pat Tierney novel has now entered the editing process. My second baby, SAFE HARBOR’s … Continue reading

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St. Paddy’s Day treats from an honourary Irishman

I’ve just polished off my second dinner of Irish stew that my husband, Ed Piwowarczyk, made to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Piwowarczyk, you say? That doesn’t sound Irish. It isn’t. Ed’s background is Polish on both sides of his family, … Continue reading

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SUBMERGED author, Cheryl Kaye Tardif, talks about writing

My guest today is international bestselling author, Cheryl Kaye Tardif, who is on her big blog tour for her new thriller, SUBMERGED. Cheryl, when did you first know that you wanted to write? I knew I wanted to write much … Continue reading

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Pat Tierney’s in for MORE trouble

“I look forward to seeing what trouble Pat Tierney will get herself into next.” That’s what one reviewer posted on SAFE HARBOR’s Amazon page. “Can’t wait for another Pat Tierney instalment,” another reader wrote. Well, readers who want more Pat … Continue reading

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