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Earth Day Every Day

I write fiction about the future, but that doesn’t mean the future I invent is fictitious. And while I can’t study the future the way historical novelists can study the past, I can, and do, extrapolate today’s trends into future possibilities.  And I say possibilities, because it’s my hope that in some small part, my books […]

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In A World…

There is no formula for great writing. No shortcuts. No magic pills (though many have tried). And no easy path. While there are shelves full of “How To” books on the craft, and I believe that writing is a craft that  can be taught, it starts with talent and intent; and must be honed. If anything, […]

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Oh Canada

Last night I was invited by the Canadian High Commission, along with two wonderful Canadian writers, to share perspective and inspiration on writing for young people. I’ve noticed that in the UK people don’t tend to think of Canadians in literature. Sure, we’ve got Margaret Atwood and Alice Munro, but beyond the big prize winners […]

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CanLit in the UK

I’m thrilled to be invited by the Canadian High Commission to be part of a very special YA literary salon on 7th May at the Official Residence of the Canadian High Commissioner.  I’ll be sharing the platform two incredible Canadian, and UK-resident, authors: Moira Young and Robert Paul Weston. Moira Young is a BC native, […]

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