Tag Archives: Beyond the Precipice

Day 8: Today’s Writing Song

A Quiet Darkness by Houses is an atmospheric composition that epitomizes the mood and tragedy of Bret’s life in Beyond the Precipice. And I raised your voice from a stone With the song of the dead. In dreams There’s a … Continue reading

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Experiencing Edmonton

Several months ago, I wrote Harbinger of Winter Does Not Stop Festival, showcasing Edmonton, Alberta–Canada’s Festival City, known for its culture and history. Edmonton is North America’s most northern major city. It offers all the conveniences and events of urban … 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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Another SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT — Come Celebrate With Me

The book The book is DONE. You have no idea how excited I am. Here is a toast to you into the new year to mark new beginnings with new books. Woot! The book is Beyond the Precipice 2nd Edition, … Continue reading

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Wrapping Up a Successful 2016

As we wrap up the tired old year of 2016, first and foremost I extend a huge thank you to you, the readers, followers, and new followers of my blog. I appreciate you dropping in to comment, read, and share … Continue reading

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Pink Sun, Purple Sky, Diamond Snow … And Fluffy Bunnies?

During these picturesque days of winter (to which my camera phone cannot do justice), hares can be found in Edmonton, Alberta–in empty lots, snow-covered green spaces, on roads, and in yards. The other day, I was pulling into my parking … Continue reading

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“I grieved for Bret as he experienced the struggles and challenges in his life” ~Reader

Here is a project I put my heart into. The timeline of this story runs September to May, with a focus on December, Christmas, and New Year’s, making this a perfect holiday read that aligns with this time of year. … Continue reading

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Day 22: Today’s Christmas Song

This is an interesting version of Good King Wenceslas. Has anyone ever heard this arrangement? I haven’t and would have never known about it had I not received the Blackmore’s Night CD as a Christmas gift over a decade ago. … Continue reading

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The Longest Night of the Year

In my just released novel Beyond the Precipice, the longest night–winter solstice–is symbolic. In Bret’s darkest hour… He skidded to a stop just short of the house and threw the gear into park prematurely, causing the car to lurch, throwing … Continue reading

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT — What I’ve Been Doing Besides Posting Christmas Music

The story of Beyond the Precipice begins in September and continues through this time of year, December and Christmas, which makes its release particularly timely. A huge thanks goes to Dream Write Publishing and the many people acknowledged on the … Continue reading

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