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April 2022 Reads

I slowed down a bit reading in March, and I thought I'd do better in April, but here we are. Fiction Can't Get There From Here (Todd Strasser)A new-to-me YA book that came out in 2005. This follows a group of homeless street kids in New York City. It's a gritty book, quite realistic with… Continue reading April 2022 Reads

March 2022 Reads

I read 6 books in February, although I felt like I was reading really slowly. And then March happened! My March reads Fiction Before She Disappeared (Frankie Elkins, #1) (Lisa Gardner)I always get nervous when favourite authors delve into a new character, because I just hope I'll like it. And I like. Frankie Elkins is… Continue reading March 2022 Reads

2021 in Writing

This is usually a post where I sum up what I accomplished writing during the year. This is going to be a short post. Kidding (not really). Self Publishing for Canadians My biggest accomplishment this year was turning Self Publishing for Canadians into an audio book. It was a lot of learning, and I'm happy… Continue reading 2021 in Writing

What I Learned Doing an Audio Book

I have never been able to get into audio books. I have a huge problem listening to narration and retaining information. I always did better in lectures when the notes followed the lecture closely. I just don't seem to be able to comprehend audio books in the same way others can, so they have never… Continue reading What I Learned Doing an Audio Book

Self Publishing for Canadians is now an audiobook

If you are a reader who commutes a lot, audiobooks might be your jam. I have personally never been able to get into them (I can't retain spoken info as well as written), but I'd had people asking, and here it is - Self Publishing for Canadians is now available in audiobook format on Audible,… Continue reading Self Publishing for Canadians is now an audiobook