Register to join me and Kevin Sylvester as we give TRIP the launch he SO deserves, and you will be entered to win some original Toronto raccoon art!
I was fortunate to knock something off my author’s bucket list this week, getting to spend air time with one of my favourite radio hosts in the world: Ms. Shelagh Rogers of The Next Chapter.
You can listen to my little interview here: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thenextchapter/full-episode-jan-23-2021-1.5881251
Awesome news to report – Margaret Cannon reviewed The Detective and the Spy in the Globe and Mail this week! CHECK IT OUT: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books/article-no-shortage-of-thrillers-to-whisk-you-away-this-holiday-season/
#ICYMI, Joel A. Sutherland and I did some scary speaking at the Telling Tales virtual festival in October:
#ICYMI we had a lovely book launch for The Detective and the Spy:
Thank you to everyone who attended!
Back when I was first researching Jewel of the Thames (almost a decade ago now!) I would visit the reference library in Toronto to find books on the Booth maps. Charles Booth’s maps are part of his Inquiry into the Life and Labour of the People in London (1886-1903) series and are SO awesome for visualising London as it existed for Holmes and Watson. At today’s Left Coast Sherlockian Symposium, one of my favourite pastiche authors, Bonnie MacBird, pointed out that the Booth Maps have been reinterpreted into an online form! A fantastic resource I had to share as soon I learned they were available digitally:
I’m hosting the YA/Kids Tent again this year, so please join me TOMORROW on YOUTUBE as I talk to some of Canada’s most exciting children’s authors: