had another great time with Indigo on Stonechurch Road in Stoney Creek on Sunday, march 8th. the weather cooperated with cool temps but SUNSHINE and the store had folks coming and going all afternoon. All of my books sold well with particularly interest being shown in The Interloper. I appreciated all of the people stopping by to chat with me and appreciated the helpful staff at Indigo. Thanks Miranda. This… Read More »book signing
The Emissary’s Endgame
After many cloudy, rainy or cold days, the sun finally came out on the Saturday of my book signing at Indigo in Ancaster. People were smiling and in a good mood. Indigo was very busy with many folks dropping by to check out the latest publications and have a coffee at Starbucks. The book signing was well attended and questions were asked not only about the books but writing/publishing in… Read More »Update on first book signing of 2020. February 8th.
Here’s a thought for the readers on your Christmas list. Why not get them a book meant to not only entertain but something for them to think about? Yes, I know, books are such a personal thing but there are readers, like myself, who enjoy a variety of genres and benefit from the writing perspectives of different authors. I recommend for first time readers of my books, perhaps The Interloper.… Read More »CHRISTMAS IS COMING
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, the other boys introduced him into the culture of street life. Highly intelligent, cunning and… Read More »BACK STORY – TONY CHARELLE
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 home trying to manage a household while awaiting the birth of her first child. Larry… Read More »BACK STORY – JUNEE MCKNIGHT
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. After high school, Leslie enrolled in hairdressing school and Junee went off to university. After… Read More »BACK STORIES ON THE EMISSARY’S ENDGAME
Author Erica Neale’s website TheEmissary.ca has undergone a major update which includes the introduction of the 3rd book to her trilogy of supernatural mysteries – The Emissary’s Endgame. New features of the website include an online shopping experience, where visitors from North America can place their order(s) and make a secure payment through PayPal. International visitors are encourages to contact Erica for shipping rates – be sure to include in… Read More »Website Announcement
The Emissary’s Endgame is headed for printing. The novel will probably be available in a few weeks. Here’s a sneak peak!! This novel is the last novel in the trilogy. Tony Charelle has a near-stellar record of accomplishments on behalf of his Father but his Achilles heel proved to be the residents of Newcombe. After… Read More »COMING SOON GREAT NEWS
my third, and final novel in the series is now in the capable hands of my editor at Trimatrix. i am looking forward to her comments as they always put a professional “shine” on the text. Now that the novel is in her hands, i am able to really catch up with my reading. The… Read More »The Emissary’s Endgame
Been quite busy the last few months. Just finished the third novel in the trilogy titled The Emissary’s Endgame. it’s now in the hands of Trimatrix for editing and printing. Trimatrix are a great company. elyse saunders is creating the cover of this novel as well and i look forward to her interpretation.