Monthly Archives: January 2015

My (Grateful) Week in Books: A Double Nickel Giveaway

I’m turning 55 this week. That seems pretty special and spectacular. Maybe that’s surprising for some, but that’s how I roll. No black balloons for me. I feel so blessed to be in this world, even with all of its … Continue reading

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Journey, Quest, . . . ?

Originally posted on Curiosity Racers:
Our Mock Caldecott results are in . . . Here are our medal and honour titles! We are very, very excited! Journey by Aaron Becker is a favourite wordless title in our room. Quest was…

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My Week in Books: Mystery and History

Finally, another My Week in Books! It’s not that I haven’t been reading them, it’s that I have been finishing a few long ones. I really had to finish up another Russell and Holmes book, for instance, before posting this … Continue reading

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Grateful: Community

I celebrated last Saturday, as I said I would, the release of the e-Book version of Lessons from Pond Scum, along with my first year anniversary of as proprietor of Homeostasis Press. So much of community with a capital C … Continue reading

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Grateful: Small Shiny Things

I had an amazing, warm, gratifying book launch and publisher anniversary party this past weekend. I have some important things to say about the community that gathered for that event, but I’m not quite ready to share yet. I will, … Continue reading

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