Tag Archives: The Good King
I find I am too often apologizing to you dear readers for my absence, my silence. And forgive me for doing so again. We chalk up lack of posting as Real Life. Or real life getting in the way. In … Continue reading
Last year I got unceremoniously roped into participating in the Muskoka Novel Marathon by my writer friends, Tobin Elliott, Kevin Craig and Lori Twining. There were more, but these three were the loudest. For those that haven’t heard about it, … Continue reading
I have a confession to make. While everyone is making New Year’s resolutions and trying to stick to them, I’m going to confess. Forgive me, dear readers, for I have committed the ultimate writerly sin; I have not been reading. … Continue reading
I am sitting here, keys clacking, words stacking as the strains of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen fill the room. Why, you ask, am I listening to Christmas music when the season is done? Because, for someone that writes Christmas … Continue reading
Let me start this off with a disclaimer. This will not be your typical book launch post. One, because I haven’t the foggiest idea what that looks like, and two, because that’s just the way I roll.