Walking to War
The end of the First World War and the end of the Second World War So many people were touched by the story Nineteen Seventeen which I posted on Facebook on Remembrance Day this year. So many of you were kind enough to share it. The story took place in a little town—Belleville, Ontario in […]
TRUMP VS. TRUMBO
#DonaldTrump #Trumbo #scapegoating #fearmongering #freedom #paranoia Good grief! Not again! Today we have a new merchant of fear and paranoia–Donald Trump. If ever we needed to remember history, it is right now. But rather than cracking open the history books, go see the movie Trumbo out just now. It will tell you of […]
Two Trilogies: A Celebration, A Tour and Contest
I am celebrating the completion of two trilogies! If you love to read, then the novels in THE OSGOODE TRILOGY and THE TRILOGY OF REMEMBRANCE just might be for you. In 2005, I stood in a book store with a copy of my first novel, Conduct in Question, in hand. The audience was small [maybe fifteen]. […]
Mad Men~It’s All About the Women.
Did you see the wonderful last episode of Mad Men? As one who has followed the show for all its years, I have to say that it ended “perfectly”. A few episodes back, I was really wondering how it could ever be wound up to a satisfying conclusion. But Matthew Weiner did it! […]
Reviews of The Trilogy of Remembrance.
Exciting reviews! I’ve had the great privilege of having the entire Trilogy of Remembrance reviewed by Glenda Bixler, a Wattpad member and also the blogger at Book Reader’s Heaven. It is wonderful for any author to realize that all the thoughts and feelings he or she had hoped to convey to a reader/reviewer have been so understood […]