Monthly Archives: November 2016

Opportunity for budding crime fiction writers

The Mesdames of Mayhem are planning their third collection of crime fiction stories, which will be released next fall. Titled Thirteen Claws, the anthology will showcase stories by the 15 Mesdames–I’m putting the final touches on mine right now. AND … Continue reading

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Toronto Public Library week for me!

It’s Toronto Public Library week.  Tonight, I join authors Heather Babcock,  Lisa de Nikolits, Terri Favro and John Oughton at Annette Street Library, 145 Annette Street, at 6:30 p.m. We’ll be talking writing and books, and reading from our works. … Continue reading

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Pat Tierney chats with Karen Blake-Hall

Today author Karen Blake-Hall interviews Pat Tierney, the protagonist of Safe Harbor, Black Water and Raven Lake, and of several short stories. Karen is a prolific romantic-suspense novelist, and she has determined that under Pat’s stoic exterior, this character is … Continue reading

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Writing a mystery?

I’m gearing up for my Writing Mysteries workshop next Thursday afternoon, Nov. 17. It’s part of a series of two-hour workshops developed by Scarborough Arts for senior writers (age 50 and over), funded by the Government of Ontario’s Seniors Secretariat. … Continue reading

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