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Friday Fable: The Writer and her Publicist

You may know the old story of The Moon and her Mother: The moon once asked her mother to make her a cloak. Her mother snorted. “How can I make a cloak to fit you when you’re always changing from a new moon to… Continue Reading “Friday Fable: The Writer and her Publicist”

Gaspe’s BookFest

It was a pleasure to spend the week touring schools along the Gaspe coast as part of the region’s BookFest 2014. I visited English elementary schools from Gaspe southwest to New Richmond, driving from town to town along the Atlantic Ocean (peeking over snowbanks sometimes… Continue Reading “Gaspe’s BookFest”

Thanks for the Lovely Launch!

Thanks to all the family, friends, writers and readers who braved the snow to attend my book launch on Sunday. It was so nice to see you. (Really, I couldn’t stop smiling.)   A huge thank-you to la Bibliothèque municipale de Gatineau for providing the room and… Continue Reading “Thanks for the Lovely Launch!”

Who’s Afraid of the Dark? (Fearless February Day 4)

Scotophobia. Fear of the dark. Raised in the age of the electric bulb, we modern folk have little inkling of just how scary the darkness is. Scotophobics know. When night falls, anything could be there — ANYTHING — just inches away from your face,… Continue Reading “Who’s Afraid of the Dark? (Fearless February Day 4)”

Who’s Afraid of Cats? (Fearless February Day 3)

Ailurophobia. The fear of cats. Far less common than the fear of dogs, and far more difficult to comprehend. Because, seriously, most cats sleep all day and run away when you come near them. Plus they’re only a foot high. How scary is that?… Continue Reading “Who’s Afraid of Cats? (Fearless February Day 3)”

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