Tag Archives: Canadian fiction

What Makes A Place Where You Want To Be?

Over the past few weeks I’ve been telling readers a little about my new cozy mystery, A Timeless Celebration. Today I’d like to tell you a little about an important element that binds the story together: Fenwater’s sense of community. … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, May 2018, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Canadian Tale: Promised To The Crown

Today I’m welcoming Aimie K. Runyan to talk about her Canadian tale (well, New France, if you want to be strictly accurate), Promised to the Crown. Welcome Aimee. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about your novel. AKR: Promised … Continue reading

Posted in May 2016 | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Paradise Tree Q & A

Today Elena Maria Vidal is visiting Ascroft, eh? to answer a few questions about her new novel, The Paradise Tree, a story of Irish immigrants who arrived in Canada during the  late 1800s and built a new life in the … Continue reading

Posted in October 2014 | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Without A Word Of A Lie, I Loved Lies Told In Silence

Recently I had the pleasure of reading Lies Told In Silence by M.K. Tod. It’s a well written, poignant novel and as I read I lost myself in the story, not even bothering to make notes for my Historical Fiction … Continue reading

Posted in August 2014 | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments