Reading and Writing Chat

I can’t believe it’s been over a month since I last posted. Time seems to have flown since my book launch for my women’s fiction novel, Full of Grace. I’ve read some new women’s fiction, with my favourite being The Story of Arthur Truluv, by Elizabeth Berg. I also finally read Rupi Kaur’s first poetry book, “Milk and Honey” after reading her second book, “Of Sun and Flowers” first. Would recommend them both.

To my facebook friends who have messaged to ask where they could buy my books other than Amazon and Goodreads, you can order it from any major bookseller worldwide, including Waterstones in the U.K., Dymocks in Australia, Powell’s in the U.S., and Indigo and Chapters right here in Canada.

Sincere thanks to Mandy Eve Barnett for interviewing me this month, and to FreshOut art and poetry collective; Failed Haiku, A Journal of English senryu; and NHK-World Japan for publishing my photo-haiga.

Happy Valentine’s Day to all!

The below quote for this post is a nod to the character Grace, in Full of Grace.


“A high station in life is earned by the gallantry with which appalling experiences are survived by grace.”  Tennessee Williams


    1. Thanks so much, Marlene! I haven’t done the quotes for awhile, and thought it was time I got back to them. Thanks for commenting!


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