I'm a long time resident of the British Columbia Interior where I spend my work hours writing magazine articles, books, and screenplays and my spare time exploring the wilderness and occasionally racing go carts. I'm the author of the memoir Rain on a Distant Roof: A Personal Journey Through Lyme Disease in Canada (Signature Editions, 2013), the short story collection The Things She'll Be Leaving Behind (Thistledown Press, 2018) and the historical novel The Haweaters (Signature Editions, 2020), which was shortlisted for the 2021 Fred Kerner Book Award. You can contact me through my website.
Reimagining the Past
Do you have a passion for genealogy? Participants in this workshop learn how to transform their personal histories into vibrant stories capable of inspiring and delighting a broad audience. Online or in person.