Author Archives: rosemarymccracken

About rosemarymccracken

Rosemary McCracken is a Toronto-based journalist and fiction writer.

Memories of Bouchercon

Bouchercon 2017 was a fabulous four-day party set in Toronto. It ended on Sunday, but the memories will linger on. The fruit of five years of planning by Toronto’s Janet Costello and Helen Nelson, the international conference at Toronto’s Sheraton … Continue reading

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Budapest, Vienna and Prague

Just back from three cities that I missed on previous visits to Europe: Budapest, Vienna and Prague. We started with Budapest, a city I’ve long wanted to see. Hungary’s capital has magnificent architecture, all the more stunning at night when … Continue reading

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Word on the Street day!

It’s Word on the Street time again. The one-day annual book extravaganza runs at Toronto’s Harbourfront today. This year’s featured artists/writers are Monia Mazigh, Emma Donoghue, David Suzuki and Ron Sexsmith. And there’s a whole lot more going on on … Continue reading

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Hot off the press: No Fury Like That

Prolific Lisa de Nikolits has done it again! A new novel, hot off Inanna Publications’ presses. Where does this author find the time for her job as a Toronto art director and her novel-a-year literary schedule? She even designed this … Continue reading

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TWO reasons to celebrate!

Thrilled that TWO crime fiction collections will be released this fall that include two of my short stories: “Homebodies” in the Mesdames of Mayhem’s 13 Claws. The anthology’s launch will be held Oct. 28 at Toronto’s Sleuth of Baker Street … Continue reading

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Chatting with Fiona Mcvie

Fiona Mcvie, a poet and a prolific author interviewer in Plains, Scotland, has interviewed me today on Author Interviews! Fiona has been chatting up authors for the past several years, finding out what they write, how they do it and … Continue reading

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July bestseller!

Safe Harbor was Imajin Books’ bestselling ebook in the month of July. And I was its bestselling author. Not bad for an old gal and a 5-year-old mystery novel!

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