Word on the Street 2010

Today was the giant celebration of books in Toronto today. That’s right a book festival. Every reader and author’s dream block party. It’s called Word on the Street and there are books of every type — children’s, non-fiction, fiction both

A hearty thanks…

I love romance writers. The first time I went to a Toronto Romance Writers‘ meeting I was greeted with so much enthusiasm it was almost overwhelming. I’d never been in a room full of such supportive women before, so willing

To-Do List

As you may have noticed I’ve been AWOL a lot lately. I’ve been working on finishing up my latest work-in-progress and it’s taking all my concentration.  I’m hoping to have the last half finished and out to my critique partners

Daily Draw Winner #20

Yesterday some of you said in your comments not to enter you for the draw for Kimber Chin’s books since you already owned them. Kimber contacted me, and left a comment here, that even if you had her books I

Kimber Chin’s a Party Crasher

Many of you may have seen Kimber Chin on my blog before. She and JK Coi (last Wednesday’s guest) got together and wrote a cross-genre fiction short story. But she’s also a regular blogger on Romancing the Blog, amongst many

A Day in Toronto

Yesterday Gizmo Guy and I headed into Toronto. I was attending an “un-conference” called Book Camp TO – a free conference for anyone involved in the publishing industry – reps from small publishers such as Coach House to large publishers

Good news, good news and good news!

First item of good news: A huge congratulations to Curly. He’s joined the ranks of the employed by getting hired for his first part-time job at local grocery store. Considering the unemployment rates in this town thanks to GM closing

Sam’s going to fight a what?

Tomorrow night, I’m going to be part of a chat over at the Author’s Grill at Romance at Heart along with fellow Toronto Romance Writers Kimber Chin and JK Coi. Needless to say we’ll be talking about our books –