Monthly Archives: September 2019

Sharpen your pencils! New collection set for 2020

Judy Penz Sheluk has come along way in the four years since her debut novel, The Hangman’s Noose, was published by Barking Rain Press. The Canadian author now has two Amazon bestselling mystery series, and she has set up her … Continue reading

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Agatha sets a Cozy example

Forty-three years after her death, Agatha Christie is still a best-selling author. Her books alone bring in more than £5 million in royalties every year, then there are royalties from her plays and the movies that are based on her … Continue reading

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Word on the Street tomorrow!

Tomorrow, Sept. 22, Toronto celebrates the written word at Word on the Street. The 30th annual literary festival will be held at Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit me from 11:30 a.m. to … Continue reading

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Military Wives sound a high note at TIFF

Scrappy little comedy difficult to resist My first day at Toronto’s International Film Festival, and the fest opened on high note with Military Wives, a film inspired by the real-life choirs formed by military spouses while their men are on … Continue reading

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