Walking the Cowichan Estuary trail before it’s rewilded into an extension of the estuary itself.
Happy Valentine’s Day! One of the things the peer reviewers said about my book was that they wanted to see some pictures of the places … Read more
Re-reading books is a way to find new meaning you may have missed the first time around.
[Full disclosure: Frances is a friend and one of my writing accountability buddies.] Frances Peck’s first novel, The Broken Places, explored the interactions between an … Read more
Yesterday I signed a contract with University of Alberta Press to publish my science memoir, Meltdown: The Making and Breaking of a Field Scientist. It’s … Read more
Have you ever walked a labyrinth? How did it make you feel? What did you think about?
This week’s post is all about our December trip to the Rockies. Be prepared for lots of pics!
This year we burned the Christmas tree on New Year’s Eve – a fitting end to the year. What’s on the books for 2024? More writing and reading and getting outside.
This year I read more books than I can count and tried to pick my ten favourites. Of course I had a secondary list of favourite books (and probably a tertiary one as well).
This year wasn’t too bad for writing. I finished my book and wrote some essays, book reviews, and author interviews. All while managing my mental health.