Monthly Archives: October 2013
Know any budding writers, ages 6 to 12? If so, they may be interested in this murder-mystery scavenger hunt happening Sunday, November 3. To celebrate the publication of Dial M for Morna, I’ll be leading a murder-mystery writing workshop and scavenger hunt. (That’s right; it’s both!)
Here’s how it will work: I’ll present the group with [...]
Last week, I contributed a letter to the Dear Teen Me website, and I’ve truly been overwhelmed with the response. (I feel a little like George Bailey at the end of It’s a Wonderful Life when all his friends show up to help save the Savings & Loan.) For the uninitiated, Dear Teen Me is [...]
Hey! The Winnipeg Free Press read Dial M for Morna, and they reviewed it, too! What more could I ask for. Thank you, Helen Norrie, for the thoughtful review!
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With Halloween approaching, what could be more appropriate than books featuring ghosts? Toronto author and publicist Evan Munday first introduced his circle of unlikely sleuths [...]
We’re just a week away from Goth Portrait Weekend! I’m getting excited (or anxious). Kalpna Patel installed the amazing window display this past weekend (see it in the photo to the right). She’s made my illustrations look a billion times better.
So, this is just reminder: the weekend of October 26 & 27, you can find [...]