I can clearly remember that Tuesday, January 28th, 1986. I was in 6th grade at Pineland Public School, the freshmen grade of middle-school, and the our class was interrupted with the terrible news of the Challenger disaster. I was mad about space, and the entire school, like all schools, were excited about this lift off […]
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Growing up, I hated reading. I was what is now termed a “reluctant reader.” Back then the terms ranged from lazy to uninspired (and probably some my teachers didn’t share with me. Not only did I find reading hard, I frankly wasn’t that interested in books because the written word failed to capture my imagination […]
If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll notice that I’ve been silent for a few weeks. Besides the December rush of finishing a new manuscript and taking Christmas holidays, I’ve actually been blogging for other people. The blog tour for the final MetaWars book launched last week and it’s been a joy to guest blog […]
This weekend I visited New York City for the first time in a few years. For a while, when I worked for a transatlantic entertainment company, New York was fast becoming a second home; but lately, between writing full time and having two kids in our midst, it’s been a more distant outpost. When writing […]
When I was young, I loved getting stuff in the mail. I can still remember sending away for a secret, undisclosed Stars Wars action figure in the lead-up to The Empire Strikes Back. Aside from my wedding day and the arrival of my two children, the day the mail man showed up with Bossk was […]
The final MetaWars book asks readers to consider tough choices about how we live with technology and the environment.
The Canadian High Commission of London threw an awesome event called BookFest to celebrate Canadian authors and boost literacy in London alongside the Evening Standard’s monumental Get London Reading event.
This week I received two pieces of incredible fan art. Check them out!