Dancing with the Shadows
Driven by a disturbing spiritual connection with her deceased grandmother Gwynth, Abby sets out to discover why her grandmother disappeared in 1925 and why no one in the family will talk about her.
Now available on Amazon.
Made In Huron, Clinton, ON (Reopening as Huron Artisan Market at 63 Albert Street on February 6th)
Chapters Indigo, Peterborough, ON
Coming Soon: Take Cover Books, Peterborough, ON
Dancing with the Shadows reviews
It’s a Clichéd World
Someone creates a comparison or description. It becomes popular and it’s used so often that it turns into a cliché. When should we include clichés in our writing?
Silencing The Censor.
It’s the small voice, or sometimes the bellowing voice, that stokes your anxiety by insisting that your writing might offend someone. Should you listen to it?
Grammar and punctuation—how much do they matter?
Over the past few years, grammar and punctuation, like Elvis, have left the building. We see mistakes everywhere—misspelled words, incorrect use of plural versus possessive, long sentences without punctuation that run on and on like a politician’s speeches. As writers, what should concern us, and why?
Protagonist and Antagonist: never the twain shall meet?
My favourite element in a novel is character development. We want all our characters to be believable, especially the protagonist and antagonist. How do we make them authentic?