Tag Archives: adventure

Canadian Crumbs – Sparwood Titan

While wandering, aimlessly it seems at times, Q and I are always excited when we come across something grand in nature and with a historical significance. Well, imagine our shock when our wandering through the Crowsnest Pass near the Alberta/B.C.…

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Y is for Yarn | #AtoZChallenge

YARN (Old English gearn): “An informal name for a long, rambling story–especially one dealing with adventure or tall-tales. The genre typically involves a strong narrative presence and colloquial or idiomatic English. The tone is realistic, but the content is typically … Continue reading

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Another Weather Post — Jeez, When Will She Quit!

Okay, yes, another weather post because I’m obsessed. Have you read my author bio lately (which I specially adapted for 2016’s release of Beyond the Precipice)? “EB does not like cold weather but has a fascination with it… E likes … Continue reading

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DRUYAN Fantasy Adventure Novel — Cover Preview and Time-Lapse

I’m super excited. This week, I received my new book cover artwork for my upcoming fantasy adventure novel, DRUYAN. This is what the cover looks like. DRUYAN will be launched at the Words in the Park Book Fair & Sale … Continue reading

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I’m Writing, So Here’s My Upcoming Blog Schedule

I’m writing and revising for a fall deadline, so my blog post schedule is adjusting to accommodate my two projects. I’m also back at work, and mine is a pretty intense job. Tomorrow, I’m reblogging Dan Alatorre’s post about the … Continue reading

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Aerial View of a Draft

Snippets of an Author’s Life: Post 5 If you’re the kind of author who initially overwrites, fear not. Drafts are discovery. The process even has its own genre, either adventure or mystery. Once you have ideas out of your head … Continue reading

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