Jennifer asked this question of the other authors. My answer follows:
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On Wednesday 25th October, I'll be doing my first ever face-to-face talk, at Urban Arts Studio in St Annes. I'll read from some of my books, share Read more of this blog post »
Summer is still holding on here in Ottawa, despite the rapidly shortening days and the return to school. It’s supposed to hit 28 degrees almost every day this week, and I don’t remember an October this hot before, ever. On the one hand, that’s kind of scary. On the other hand, I’m still getting beanRead more of this blog post »
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This was a romp through the art world of the impressionists and hilarious in parts. It was also a love story and a fast moving adventure. It is not, however, for everyone. If you're squeamish about rape jokes then thi Read more of this blog post »
Hello Dear Friends,
You know, anxiety often arises from the gap between perceived threats or demands in a given situation, and our perceived ability to handle them. So when anxiety strikes, it's crucial to discern its root cause: is it the external demands and expectations of your environment, or isRead more of this blog post »
RE: 'The Rough Close Murder' and 'The Day the Sun Disappeared'
Your manuscripts were brought to our attention at the latest Editorial Board meeting when we discussed
the potential of thei Read more of this blog post »
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2. A seemingly ordinary antique mirror hangs in your new home, but when you gaze into it for too long, you begin to see unsettling reflections of a different wor Read more of this blog post »
The Prehistory of the Mind: The Cognitive Origins of Art and Science, written by Steven Mithen, was published nearly thirty years ago, in 1996.
His daunting self-set task: to explain the evolution of the modern human mind.
Mithen is an archaeologist who has access to and studies artifactsRead more of this blog post »
In 1,2 & 3 John, Apostle John holds out his arms and welcomes young believers into the fellowship of Christians (aka the Church). The first order of business is the Light of Messiah Jesus’ presence in the assembly of belivers.
The next order of busiRead more of this blog post »
1. Snowflakes and Sparks by Sophie-Leigh Robbins
This book is full of sweet cosiness and (at least when I bought it) free on Kindle! Brilliant characters, great setting, a bookstore… what more could Read more of this blog post »
Many years ago, I did a 12-week fitness program based on a book called “Body for Life”. Do you remember it? It was all the rage back in the late 90s and new millennium.
Hyped-up programs that promise personal and physical transformation come and go, but there’sRead more of this blog post »
so, let me begin where this little adventure called life left off yesterday. i needed the top team in the Mexican soccer league to beat one of the worst ones to get a 5 team parlay to hit. so, i watched them lose at home to that lower team, 2-1. now, apparently, that set off a major case of bad mojRead more of this blog post »
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It may be her birthday, but SHE'S the gift that inspires us each and every day!! W Read more of this blog post »
$77 is that step.
Just $2.57 a day.
That’s just a little more than a short Café Americano at Starbucks and a whole $1 less than a Carmel Macchiato at McDonalds.
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This kind of work is not for the faint of heart but for the determined and those willing to find health and purpose individually and tog Read more of this blog post »
As the leaves turn and the nights grow longer, I'm thrilled to announce the release of my latest short story, WHERE THE MOONS BLEED. This season, journey with me to Darkrift—a chaotic planet echoing with whispers of ancient tales and the haunting presence of an immortal demon hound.
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First, there is the sheer wonder of the monumental discovery that we are not alone in the universe, the most momentous and consequential paradigm change in human history.
I am with the Lakota, who have a saying, ‘’Mitakuye Oyasin...we are all related. Two-legged, f Read more of this blog post »
The Lost Child
Thanks to my editor, Ben Rowe, for another fantastic book column. September brings a challenging ten-year exploration of novel writing. My new crime thriller, The Lost Child, is front and center in this month's Reading Room. Read more of this blog post »
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