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Memories of Bouchercon 2013

Just landed home from a glorious four-day crime-fiction immersion at Bouchercon 2013. Dozens of Canadian crime writer friends turned out in Albany, N.Y.: Linda Cahill, Karen Blake-Hall, Dorothy McIntosh, Sean Chercover, Mel Bradshaw, Helen Nelson, Janet Costello, Cathy Astolfo, Catherine … Continue reading

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Hats off to librarians!

I don’t know where Canadian authors would be without the wonderful people who run our public libraries. This evening, fellow Toronto writer Steve Shrott and I gave a talk at the S. Walter Stewart Library, the public library close to … Continue reading

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FREE days, Sleuth book launch — I’m run off my feet!

To say that today’s been a hectic day is putting it mildly! It began around 6 a.m. when I started watching the numbers of Safe Harbor in the Amazon store. It had gone FREE in its KDP Select promo somewhere … Continue reading

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The Whole She-Bang has landed!

It’s here! The Whole She-Bang, a collection of short crime fiction by 15 Sisters in Crime Canada writers, is now up for grabs on Amazon, Smashwords and in paperback. One of the stories in the anthology is “Crossing Over” — … Continue reading

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