Events

Want to meet me in person?

Most Monday and Tuesday afternoons, I get kicked out of the house with orders to go write and a do not return before deadline. After a round of errands and a long walk along one of the local river parks, you will find me at Bean Around Books and Tea sipping English Breakfast tea and working on my latest Work In Progress.

Changes in the local con scene have forced me to look further away for live events in the near future. A new con held in Pentiction BC emerged last year as a one day event. This year the hope is it will expand to a full weekend. In any case, I plan to be at Wine Country Writers Festival this September if nothing gets in the way.

Other ways to hear from me?

I got to read a portion of my short story One’s Place for the Broken Recorder Session #1 episode of the [Totally Fantastic Title] podcast. It’s 2nd from the end.

Another Youtube playlist, this time I’m reading the complete version of Mission Creep, the short story first presented in bits on my blog years ago.

I created this YouTube playlist of me as I practice my public presentation skills by reading my short story One’s Place.

My interview with the Aurora winning Josh Pantalleresco on his Just Joshing Podcast

Learn more about me as I’m interviewed by Paul Teague on his Self Publishing Journeys Podcast

Chapter 1 of  Synergy of Hopes has been featured on The Book Speaks Podcast

Some time ago AmyBeth Inverness interviewed me for her Blog as a hope to be published one day writer

My short teaser, One’s Place, was presented on The Writership Blog episode of Nov 25, 2015

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