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 […]

Writer's Are Busy, Too! How R.A. Giggie Finds the Time

Writer’s Are Busy, Too! How R.A. Giggie Finds the Time

This month as everyone heads back to school, the leaves start changing colour and the air brings a chill I am bringing you lots of reading material in hopes you’ll find something you love to read. While I am putting forth a huge effort to bring awareness to my own books I understand that everyone […]