Hit the Ground Running.

Start off with a bang. All the cliches for the New Year. It’s not what I was expecting at all. You know that feeling, when things are shifting around you, and you’re being pushed in a specific direction? Deep down it’s right—what you were meant to do. What you’ve always wanted. And it’s close, soContinue reading “Hit the Ground Running.”

Around the World, the City, the Year

Osoyoos Homecoming Not gonna lie: I’m extra proud of my latest writing credit! My first piece of travel writing, an essay on my hometown of Osoyoos, British Columbia, is out now. In fact, it’s a feature in Issue 6 of Rivanna Review, a journal out of Charlottesville, Virginia. It’s a paid publication and the contentContinue reading “Around the World, the City, the Year”

The Christmas Cactus, The Poetry of Wine, and Other Seasonal Delights

The Christmas Cactus “There’s something wrong with this plant,” I say to no one in particular. I know that already, though. I’m a cacti serial killer. For whatever reason, my husband continues to buy them. I admire the faith he has in me. In my ability to nurture these delicate forms of life. I doContinue reading “The Christmas Cactus, The Poetry of Wine, and Other Seasonal Delights”

Provenance Unknown – Available for Pre-Order!

Exciting news! (At least to me. Not only exciting, but a little terrifying too…) My debut novel, Provenance Unknown, is up on Goodreads and WorldCat, and available for pre-order on Barnes & Noble and Amazon (just in time for Prime Day). I’m assuming it will be coming soon to Coles/Chapters/Indigo as well — I’ll letContinue reading “Provenance Unknown – Available for Pre-Order!”

some things maybe

Another publication announcement! The pieces in Pinhole Poetry’s Issue 2 are beautiful and poignant. I’m not sure how my little poem “some things maybe” got lucky enough to be included, but I’m grateful! It’s in excellent company. ☺️ Pinhole Poetry is a “digital poetry journal that loves the upside-down view and the fact that someContinue reading “some things maybe”

Fifteen Minutes to Cavendish

I’m happy to share that Literary Heist has published my short story, “Fifteen Minutes to Cavendish”, in their Summer 2022 edition! The introductory blurb describes the premise as, “A relationship viewed through a discussion on real estate. We get so caught up in ‘What-Ifs,’ we lose sight of what’s right in front of us.” LiteraryContinue reading “Fifteen Minutes to Cavendish”

Shameless Self-Promotion (A Request)

A very wise friend of mine recently made an excellent point: subscribers to my website might not necessarily know about, or have checked out, my Facebook writer page. And this very wise friend of mine suggested that I ask said subscribers to give me a like over on Facebook. I do post all sorts ofContinue reading “Shameless Self-Promotion (A Request)”