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Golden Oak Nomination!

The Second Wife has been nominated for the Ontario Library Association’s Golden Oak award. “The Golden Oak Award reading program provides a unique opportunity for people in adult literacy programs to read books that are interesting and entertaining, yet are not too difficult to read. Readers who participate in the Golden Oak program get to […]

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Power of Words Video

In early September, I was one of the guest speakers at People, Words and Change’s Power of Words breakfast. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and Hockey Hall of Famer Brian Kilrea also spoke and CTV’s Sports Director Terry Marcotte was the MC.  Check out the event and my speech on this Youtube video!

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‘A Day to Kill’ – A Mystery Author Event

Saturday, October 22nd – from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Capital Crime Writers and the Ottawa Public Library present ‘A Day to Kill’. Some of Ottawa’s top mystery writers will be getting together for a day of panels and readings by celebrity guests at the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library, 120 Metcalfe Street, […]

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Interview in Ottawa This Week

Kristy Wallace of Ottawa This Week interviewed me about mystery writing because she saw that I was speaking at the Power of Words breakfast on adult literacy. You can read the complete article by clicking HERE.

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Book Signing on Youtube!

Check out the Collected Works booksigning video on Youtube –  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6GOUFqBjmA

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Guest Blog on Nigel Bird’s Sea Minor Site

Nigel Bird, Scottish author, invited me to guest blog, but the trick was that I had to pose 10 questions to myself and then answer them. Check out the result!

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Book Signing at Collected Works – Sat. July 30th

Plan to stop by Collected Works at Wellington and Holland on Saturday, July 30th between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. I’ll be signing copies of my books – all welcome!

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Department of Justice Interview

My department interviewed me and another colleague about our writing. You can find the article online here:  http://canada.justice.gc.ca/eng/dept-min/pub/jc/vol10/no1/page5.html

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People Words and Change

The local adult literacy organization, People, Words and Change, has invited me to speak at their fundraiser breakfast in September.

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Awesome Author Contest in the News

Read an article on the writing journey of one of this year’s  Awesome Authors short story winners in Your Ottawa Region news.

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"Deeply atmospheric and tightly plotted, Cold Mourning is Chapman’s sharpest mystery yet.” ― C.B. Forrest, author of the Charlie McKelvey mysteries

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