It has been ten days since Sister Lost was launched and is now available on Amazon. To all those who have purchased the book, thank you. It means more to a new author than you can imagine. All I would humbly ask you to do is post a review on Goodreads, if you have it, … Continue reading Trying to Balance Two Major Life Events
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Sister Lost – Published on Amazon Today
Today is a very special day—a lifelong dream became reality. My debut Christian Contemporary novel was published on Amazon. I have been writing since the age of 8, and to actually hold a book with my name in the author space is both surreal and satisfying. Claire's story has been four years in the making … Continue reading Sister Lost – Published on Amazon Today
Book Cover Reveal
I am so excited to announce that my debut Christian Contemporary novel, Sister Lost, is being released on March 1/23 on Amazon. This is the final version of the book cover and I am very pleased with it. A big shout out to Geoff Phillips, Artist extraordinaire and personal friend, who generously offered to create … Continue reading Book Cover Reveal
Adventures In Publishing – Part 3
The last few weeks have been a learning experience in so many ways. I tried as hard as I could to learn out how to create an ebook cover and a paperback cover, which I didn't do too bad at, except it ended up being in a format non-compatible with publishing. The task of typesetting … Continue reading Adventures In Publishing – Part 3
Adventures In Publishing – Part 2
I've come to realize that until you have done something for the first time, it is never as simple as you think it will be. Self-publishing has become more complicated than I thought possible. Why? To be honest, part of this is due to the fact I am a recovering perfectionist. My first novel must … Continue reading Adventures In Publishing – Part 2
My Adventures In Editing – Part 4
Brooke Campbell on Unsplash I can’t believe it’s been two months since my last blog post. Time seems to change as we get older. That’s not exactly true, because it’s been subjective our entire lives. What am I talking about? Remember back to when you were a child… did time seem to pass in slow … Continue reading My Adventures In Editing – Part 4
I’m An Advocate for Adults With Cerebral Palsy
Most of you know me as a writer and editor. I am also an advocate with CP Research News and the forum MyCP. I want to bring attention to the lack of research, support, medical treatments, access to medical care, etc. that adults with CP deal with every moment of every day. I'm honoured that … Continue reading I’m An Advocate for Adults With Cerebral Palsy
Why Aging With Cerebral Palsy Is a Journey Into the Unknown
Published: December 23, 2018 | I worked hard at my business, my marriage and mitigating the effects of aging with cerebral palsy. | Read more...
How the Movie ‘My Left Foot’ Enabled Me to Dream Again
Published: January 22, 2018 | I still remember the profound impact it made upon my soul and entire being. | Read more...
The Challenges of Middle Age With Cerebral Palsy and Hypersensitivity
Published: August 28, 2017 | Most days this physical body feels more like it’s 90 years old rather than 49. | Read more...