Out for submission:
It’s not in Ekaterina Racovitža’s nature to frighten easily, but the tiny French barony where she recovers from an assassination attempt proves more terrifying than any imagination.
Stalked by the legendary, murderous La Bête, Kat finds herself caught in a rift between 18th-century France and much darker places beyond this world.
With the help of the mysterious gamekeeper, Ana Saut, she draws on her own knowledge of magic to discover the truth about La Bête, determine the fate of the Gevaudan, and uncover the nature of the monstrous in this allegory on life after death.
The chance discovery of the coveted and long-missing journals of Francesco Melzi reveals the startling truth about the true identity of the Mona Lisa
The Sibylline Chronicles are my life’s obsession.
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Conversations That Matter Dialogue Blog with Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre For Dialogue:
How the Internet Undermined The Freedom of the Press – Feb. 9. 2018
Racism In Canada; Are We Becoming More Intolerant? – Jan. 29, 2018
Should We Collaborate With The Enemy? – Jan. 22, 2018
Is Participatory Democracy Under Attack? – Jan. 15, 2018
Can Former Adicts Bring Hope To Others In Recovery? – Dec. 25, 2017
Frailty Kills. Can You Prevent It? – Nov. 20, 2017
Oh Boy Productions:
Social Media Engagement: Live Where Your People Live – Oct. 18, 2017
Some Publications & Blogs My Work Has Appeared In:
The Comox Valley Record (B.C.)
Family Fun Canada
The Spokane (Washington) Spokesman-Review
The Kansas City Star
The Decatur (Illinois) Herald & Review
The (Colorado Springs) Gazette
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