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January 1, 2016 it all begins. I’m beginning my writing program, and you’re welcome to join me. The goal is to write 500 words a day (two pages), 6 days a week (Sundays off), from January 1 to June 30. … Continue reading
‘Twas a fine day in Edmonton, where upon did gather 9, yes, 9 Albertan authors for to flog their new books. I being one of the said 9 did a tiny read from my latest tome, Kill Shot. While samewise … Continue reading
Looking forward to hanging with some serious YA bookies this coming Sunday afternoon. It’ll be a delicious taste of some of the best YA around. And you’re all invited!
A couple of weeks ago, I had the privilege to take part in Young Alberta Book Society’s Taleblazer tour. What a good time! I visited Ecole Sir George Simpson, in St. Albert, and talked to a couple of groups of … Continue reading
Well, it’s fast approaching. In fact, it’s next week! You’re welcome to join me and a few other summer souls to launch “Kill Shot.” Hope to see you there! https://www.facebook.com/events/867379363336470/
If you’re interested in a few extras to do with the story, this is your page. I’ve got a few things I depended on to create Kill Shot, and a few other things that I found interesting. Most of it … Continue reading
Officially, Kill Shot comes out in May. Yet, I have a pre-press version of Kill Shot in my hands. I was helping promote the book and Bitingduck Press at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, held this past weekend … Continue reading
Food Supplies and Planning Food for the u-boat crew was a bit of a trick. There wasn’t much room for storage and there was no refrigeration. Check out an excellent article on food supplies and planning: http://www.uboat.net/men/foodstuffs.htm Sample Weekly Menu … Continue reading
The goal of two pages a day (or 500 words) is to crank out a draft of a novel in 6 months or so. My aim: a crappy first draft. A crappy first draft means the two pages do not … Continue reading