Here are just a few of the things on the minds of CWILL BC members this week:
- Lois Peterson explains why she writes an hour a day… every day.
- On Lorna Suzuki’s blog, Darlene Foster reveals how her writing life began, why she loves writing of adventure and travel, and the relationship between time, chocolate, and productivity.
- John Wilson has divided his epic trilogy, The Heretic’s Sercret, into eleven novellas. The first four (Gathering Storms, Kill Them All, A Gift from Bram, and Fires of Minerve) are already up for Kindle on Amazon and for other platforms on Smashwords (Gathering Storms is free on Smashwords). Other episodes will follow over the summer and fall. John’s latest title, Victorio’s War, the completion of the Desert Legends Trilogy, is due out from Orca in early May and he’s launching the book at the Union Pacific Coffee Shop in Victoria at 7 p.m. on May 7th. Mark your calendars!
- Irene N. Watt‘s monologue: “Lillie’s Story” has been accepted in McGraw Hill Ryerson Publishers Drama Anthology for High School Students: Rattling the Stage. Also, Hoping for Home, Stories of Arrival (part of Scholastic’s Dear Canada series) has just been translated into French. The eleven stories contained in “Terre d’accueil, terre d’despoir” include those by Kit Pearson, Irene N.Watts and Paul Yee.