Believe it or not, I found a basis for including people of colour *in the mythology.*
The day I have been waiting for all these years is finally here! (And no, it’s not my wedding, I really don’t need that kind of negativity in my life.) It’s my book launch, which is much more like a baby shower for a baby that took four years to give birth to.
As hard as it is to convince me to leave my apartment, I will be out in public at least twice in the next month for book-related events.
Now that winter is finally pushing up the daisies, it’s time to get back into the swing of science fiction and fantasy season!
Kingston, Ontario, is a charming city with a small-town feel, and Limestone Genre Expo 2017 reflected the host city’s character quite accurately. Apparently the convention is only a few years old but growing steadily despite Kingston’s lack of reputation for being a centre of speculative fiction, and it’s a great way to meet Canadian authors, booksellers, and publishers.
This summer, my friend and fellow writer Timothy Carter suggested that I get involved with Can*Con and said there was still time to get on a panel.…… Read more “Con Woman”
Next weekend, I will be heading up to beautiful Ottawa for Cancon 2016. I haven’t been to Ottawa in YEARS and this will be my first time ever at CanCon , so I’m thoroughly stoked despite the eleven-hour round trip by bus.