Time is the Coin of Your Life

Welcome Everyone...

COVID-19! What can I say about that, that everybody else hasn’t already thought or spoke about? It is a stubborn and wicked thing. I must admit, I don’t have a lot to complain about because I kept busy throughout the lockdown. 

As many of you might already know, my husband, Jim, and I live in the small community of Bay View. We are just mere minutes from the town of Digby, Nova Scotia, the scallop capital of the world. It is an absolute pleasure to be fortunate enough to live by the Bay of Fundy and watch the scallop fleet and lobster boats pass by daily. 

As you will see, COVID has not stopped me from doing what I love. This pause in our “normal” lives afforded me the time to write and finish three books in 2020.

Spending hours on the laptop helped me pass my ‘Stay The Blazes Home’ time. It wasn’t difficult for me because I’m a homebody at heart. It’s given me the time to get my books out for others to read, enjoy and help pass their time of day.

The Cabin at Kanyon Lake’ was officially considered ‘done’ on New Years Eve, making it the third book I completed in 2020, alomg with my other two works, The Bench and The Room. I hope after you have read it, it will become another one of your favourites. All three are available on Amazon, with all of my reads.

Here's a Cute Tidbit

Consider this weird truth. Fiction writers are basically liars on paper. They make things up about people that don’t really exist. The point is NOT to tell the truth but to tell as interesting a story as possible while still being believable. They play with the facts so that the story makes sense and hooks the reader. 

When I’m stuck for a character’s back story, I’ll base it on myself or the real-life of someone I know and change the facts to disguise reality.

In the end, I’m just a liar in my own world.

As you keep reading, I'll keep writing.

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Some of My Fan Mail

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