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Join Me at the 2017 Creative Ink Fest

It's that time of year when you can catch me at the Creative Ink Festival! I'll be hanging out at the Delta Burnaby Hotel with tons of other great writers […]

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The 2017 Eligible Work Post — The Tree of Souls

Since all the cool kids are doing it, let's just get the awkwardness out of the way: I published a single work in 2016 that is eligible for the 2017 […]

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Untalented Wins Honorable Mention in Library Journal's 2016 Indie Ebook Awards

Wow. This was a nice thing to wake up to. Untalented is a YA Honorable Mention in Library Journal's 2016 Indie Ebook Awards. Archer has created a vividly detailed realm […]

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Upcoming Appearances

Summer has come to a close which means it's time to get busy with author appearances! The first is VCon, Vancouver's premier science fiction, fantasy and gaming convention, this weekend […]

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July Tidbits

I've had a string of houseguests, so haven't been very active here. Why do you care? Well, because I forgot to tell you about the Goodreads giveaway of The Tree […]

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Cycling Follow-up

It's been a bit of a crazy month; I've had visiting guests and a major writing deadline to hit, so had no chance to follow up on my cycling post, […]

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Guest Blogging at Fiction University — Format Your Book With Scrivener

Hey there! Today I've got a guest post up a Janice Hardy's Fiction University, all about formatting your book for publication using Scrivener. So if you've found Scrivener too daunting […]

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Vancouver Cyclists: We Have A Problem

[Update June 15: I've been told by someone who spoke to the victim that the cyclist in this incident intentionally inflicted the injury. The victim told the cyclist to dismount from […]

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SFFWorld Reviews The Tree of Souls

There are few better ways to start a Monday morning than with a positive review of one's book at a major SFF site. Kate Coe at SFFWorld had plenty of […]

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A Bubble in the Gastronomic Space-Time Continuum

When you move away from a city, you stop being able to keep up with its restaurant scene. But after we left Montréal for Vancouver in the early nineties, on […]

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