If you’re into reading your books in serialized format, I’ve got some thrilling (pun intended?) news for you. True Born can now be found on the Scream app. Scream is a ew and exciting way to experience your fave authors of YA/Teen paranormal, sci-fi, fantasy, thriller and more. You can access quality content from bestselling … Continue reading
Tag Archives: science fiction
Join me at the Klingon Keg Party! AD ASTRA – JULY 13-15, 2018
This coming weekend I’ll be making an appearance (or several) at Ad Astra,Toronto’s biggest (and funnest, and weirdest) sci-fi/fantasy convention. If you’ve ever wanted to know what wizards wear under their cloaks, this is the place to find out. What kind of event is this? Well, last year, after spending hours perusing the book/dealer’s room, … Continue reading
TRUE STORM LAUNCH AND YA PANEL – June 16, 2018
BOOKS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES: CROSSOVER FICTION BY YA AUTHORS YA literature is a booming market, and some YA authors have become incredibly successful as crossover authors –– authors whose books appeal to wide and diverse audiences. Don’t miss this talk with YA sci fi/fantasy authors Erin Bow, James Bow, Lena Coakley, V.S. McGrath and L.E. Sterling … Continue reading
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, TRUE STORM!
Today marks a milestone: today, True Storm, third and final instalment in the True Born Trilogy, officially hits stores. Yeehaaawww! So you might be wondering: how does it feel to end a trilogy? I feel like a mother whose last baby has just gone off to college, leaving me wondering what to do with my … Continue reading
True Storm – Excerpt Reveal and Giveaway!
The hardest thing about reading trilogies is having to wait for the next book in the series. True Storm, the last novel in the True Born Trilogy, hits shelves May 1st. But my publisher, Entangled Teen, and I, wanted to drop a little tidbit before the big day. They are also sponsoring a giveaway! … Continue reading
True North Launch Party & Reading
True North is getting a birthday party! I’ll be reading and signing books at Bakka Phoenix Books, April 23, 1 pm, to launch True North. Bakka Phoenix Books, 84 Harbord, Toronto, ON – Let me know if you can make it! Continue reading
What happens next?
I’m the kind of writer who leaves a lot to chance. When I sit down to write a novel I think I have it all worked out from beginning to end – typically in the boldest strokes possible. If it helps, imagine a big thick highway divider. On the other side of that divider? A … Continue reading
The Angels of History
A very fine history teacher told me once that he would impart to his class the means to measure the future – by sleuthing the patterns to be found in the fabric of history. In my own way, through writing (and not too off from my former life as a professor), I have become another … Continue reading
The darklings of tomorrow land
We are all children of a revolutionary earth. The structures that used to make us feel safe at night are rapidly coming apart: the old icons of business and commerce toppling; environmental integrity disintegrating. Perhaps the only sane way of responding to our multiple environmental and political crises is to create. But create what, exactly? … Continue reading
Description: Part 2 – Watching the Detectives
Describing what it felt like to stand on the lip of the ocean at sunset. Easy, right? You could probably go on for pages and pages. But what if you’re wrestling with a werewolf detective before the local vampire clan attacks? What if the assassin hired by Zob is about to level your building with … Continue reading