Jennifer Savran Kelly’s debut novel, Endpapers, explores the journey of a genderqueer book binder who is trying to navigate through her relationships while following the trail of a secret love note she finds tucked into the endpapers of a book. While classified as literary fiction, this book engaged me so thoroughly, I didn’t even realize […]
Season 3, Episode 2: Finding your own way to publishing – Genalea Barker, Life After
Are you ready to have your mind blown? Genalea Barker has three novels in the queue for publishing over the next two years. She managed to find publishers WITHOUT AN AGENT, WHILE RAISING FOUR KIDS! A unicorn? For sure. An extremely talented writer? Unarguably. Follow Genalea on Twitter. Subscribe to my newsletter on Substack.
Season 3, Episode 1: My Independent Author Journey – My interview with Joelle Tamraz
Last year, I was interviewed by Joelle Tamraz for her YouTube channel, Elevating Voices in Memoir and Fiction. It was a candid conversation about my own journey as a hybrid author (both independently published and traditionally published). Listen in as I share my experiences, the planning (or lack thereof), the ups and downs and why I […]
Season 2, Episode 23: Talking to the dead with Jennie Ogilvie, Inside My Head
Jennie Ogilvie always knew there was something different about her. She has a deep connection with spirit and has catapulted to the top as Alberta’s favourite medium. Her debut book, Inside my Head, is a combination of memoir and Chicken Soup for the Soul. Within its pages, readers are taken on a journey to recover […]
Season 2, Episode 22: The Holiday Recommendation Episode
I asked past guests to share the best book they read over the past year. I have a few of my own that I added to the list, so get busy with your Goodreads list. Links to the podcast episodes for each guest: Clare Pooley Marci Warhaft Christina Kilbourne Danna Staaf Mary Boone Bev Katz […]
Season 2, Episode 21: Writing for different genres – Kirsten Miller, The Change
Kirsten Miller has written for Middle Grade and Young Adult, but her latest novel, The Change, pushed her out of her comfort zone and into the adult market, specifically, the older, menopausal one.