Are You Busy?

Often times people complain they are busy – I admit to saying it way too often myself – because really we all have 24 hours in a day and some people truly make the most of it. Being busy is simply a matter of perspective and priorities and people prove it all the time. Yes, […]

Now Meet Pierre C Arsenault of Mysterious Ink!

Now Meet Pierre C Arsenault of Mysterious Ink!

I had the pleasure of interviewing both Canadian authors, Angella Cormier and Pierre C Arsenault, about their newest release – Oakwood Island. I’m going to post their responses in separate parts so you can enjoy meeting them both: Angella this week and Pierre will be next week. Check out my review of the book here. […]

Pewter Angels by Canadian Author Henry K Ripplinger

Pewter Angels by Canadian Author Henry K Ripplinger

Two years ago my mother met Henry at the Moncton Costco store where he was selling his box set – The Angelic Letters Series. From Saskatchewan, Henry encouraged the purchase of the entire set (of course he did!) and I’m so glad my mother called to ask if I wanted it. As my followers know, […]

Forgotten by Canadian Author Louise Boulter

Forgotten by Canadian Author Louise Boulter

Forgotten by Louise Boulter by Louise Boulter My rating: 5 of 5 stars A very powerful account of what life could be like living on the streets. With characters I found I could easily bond with and feel for, I was intrigued by T’s story from beginning to end. Waking up in an Albertan hospital, […]

Descent Had Me Falling for Canadian Author Kristina Stanley

If I hear of a contest I’m eligible for I enter it, especially if the prize consists of books so when I heard of Imajin Book’s contest celebrating their Canadian success and authors I had to enter. A few days later I found out that I won the ebook by Kristina Stanley, Decent (A Stone […]

Being Grateful, Being Thankful Has Launched!

Being Grateful, Being Thankful Has Launched!

It’s official, Being Grateful, Being Thankful:: Appreciate Everything to Be Happy For Even The Rain Brings Rainbows is available for download and being very well received. Two amazing 5 Star Reviews have been posted with promise of more to come. When it comes to social networking, a status update can change a day – if […]

When It Comes to Authors, I'm Still Shocked

When It Comes to Authors, I’m Still Shocked

Sheree Fitch is a well known author, at least I thought.  She is hilarious, has some best selling books, is local to Nova Scotia and  this weekend neighbours were still asking – who is Sheree Fitch? There is Hope While attending a book signing of hers last year through the Writer in Residence Program of […]

Dream House: A Short Story by Cheryl Kaye Tardif

Dream House: A Short Story by Cheryl Kaye Tardif

This is an outstanding short story that still creeps me out. A mother eager to start her life again in her dream home with her twin 6 year old boys and loving husband. She is impressed when they move into the house offering her more than she could imagine which fulfilled such simple requests as […]

Prince of Fire by Zara Steen

Prince of Fire by Zara Steen

I’ll give any Canadian author a chance, especially one from the Maritimes so when I discovered this paranormal I hesitated only slightly. As paranormal is typically not my genre of choice it was a challenge for me to choose this over many other books but I’m sure glad I did. Prince of Fire (The Arzulian […]

How to Be Disciplined by Stephen Ecker

How to Be Disciplined by Stephen Ecker

We all struggle with will power and self discipline but Stephen writes in a concise an effective manner to help even the most frazzled person. A quick and easy read, this contains gems that immediately had me self reflecting and realizing how even little takes can make huge improvements in a life. With so many […]