Dear Laundry, You’re just sitting there in the basket, and I love you for it. For not whining that I haven’t been paying any attention to you. For not banging on the bathroom door while I try to pee. For not emailing me or calling me for the millionth time. No, you’re content with being […]
I tend to avoid people that are into the self-help or self-empowerment movements, mostly because I find the concepts of self-help and self-empowerment kind of nauseating. I do, however, despite my best intentions, sometimes run into these folks nonetheless.
I have this bad habit every once in a while of forgetting to shave my legs. It begins innocently enough, with a dragging-my-butt-out-of-bed kind of morning, hauling myself into the shower, looking down at my legs and mumbling, “Maybe tomorrow.” It would be nice to say that there are a myriad of reasons for this […]
I am so proud and excited to reveal the cover to my upcoming novel, Razed, which is a prequel to The Pool Theory. Love him or hate him, Julian is a key character in The Pool Theory, but what was his life like before moving to Orion and befriending Kye? Razed takes you back in […]
Maybe it was the grey, miserable sky overhead, but I found myself irked today by (yet another) honour student bumper sticker. This one was on an otherwise beautiful Volvo SUV. You need to be relatively well off to own a Volvo SUV, so why would anyone wish to destroy it by placing a bumper sticker, […]
The Toronto International Book fair is just around the corner, and I’m looking for someone to work the Two Pigeons Press booth. Here are the details:
Ironically, if you’re looking for hope for the book’s future amidst the varying reports of doom and gloom, look no further than the fate of Chapters. The multi-floor bookstore in the heart of downtown Montreal has been a much-loved literary staple for bookworms, students, and everyone in between. Even if books aren’t your thing, it […]