Yesterday our local newspaper, The Glanbrook Gazette, published an interview with Tamara Botting. If you would like to read it, pls go to my Facebook or Instagram. I am grateful for her time.
Spent a couple of days with the artist who created the book covers, my granddaughter, Elyse. Time spent with adult grandchildren is so very important. We relate not as older person to younger person but as equals. Lots of laughter. It was simply two women enjoying each other’s company and shared history. The staff at Read more about Langdon Hall, Cambridge[…]
https://www.sachem.ca/community-story/9604631-binbrook-author-hopes-to-get-readers-thinking/ Books also available on amazon.ca and eBooks on Indigo, Kobo and Kindle. Article by Tamara Bottig of the Sachem News. Thank you.
Tony Charelle is the protagonist who appears in all three novels. He is my last character for a back story. In England in the mid-1600’s, a young girl, the mistress of a wealthy man, died in childbirth. The midwife took the baby boy home thereby enlarging her brood of orphaned children. As the child grew, Read more about BACK STORY – TONY CHARELLE[…]
Had my fourth book signing of the summer at Indigo in Ancaster this past Saturday. Chatted and enjoyed the company of folks interested in the mystery/thriller/supernatural genre. All three books are now available (The Emissary, The Interloper and The Emissary’s Endgame) through Amazon.ca and in eBooks Indigo, Kindle and Kobo. (and of course, thru my Read more about Update August 19/2019[…]
Junee McKnight was the youngest child in a large family. Her mother, Rita, and father, Larry, married in their teens when Rita became pregnant. Both sets of parents disowned their children for bringing shame on their families. Larry quit school and found a factory job. Rita, a young, pregnant girl, also quit school and stayed Read more about BACK STORY – JUNEE MCKNIGHT[…]
Had a good book signing this past Saturday, August 10th at Indigo on Brant Street in Burlington. Folks were interested in the background to the books and how I came to write on such “different” themes. Great fun talking and listening to folks and the time went quickly. My next book signing will be at Read more about Book Signing for the Emissary trilogy[…]
LESLIE Leslie was born in the early 1940’s. In her teens her parents were killed in a car crash and she went to live with her great-aunts Margaret and Violet Sills in the village of Newcombe. She attended high school in a nearby city where she met Junee McKnight. The two loners became good friends. Read more about BACK STORIES ON THE EMISSARY’S ENDGAME[…]
Just back from our annual fishing trip to Horseshoe Island on the Montreal River in Matachewan. We were on a small island with about 7 or 8 cabins. Our cabin sat on the top of rocks surrounded by mostly pines with a beautiful view of the water. I was forced to share “my” blueberry bushes Read more about Fishing in northern ontario[…]
back home. had a wonderful two week tour with Senior Adventure Tours to Newfoundland and Labrador. bus driver and guide were absolutely fabulous. the weather was in constant change. Snow was seen in some of the mountains and gullies. we had 2C overnight and 8C during the day in northern Nfld. We visited L’Anse aux Read more about update[…]