New Releases

Looking for a writer that can combine great characters, with kick-ass writing, in fast-action fantasy settings, with a little romance thrown in for good measure … oh, okay, maybe more than a little … then may I humble suggest you check out Patricia ‘Pooks’ Burroughs {no relation to Edgar Rice, but don’t hold that against… Continue reading

Sister Act

My sister breaks things. It’s a family fact. She doesn’t just break ordinary things like you or I might do; dishes, glassware, bones in our body. No, my sister breaks things like, the internet. What? Oh, okay, so maybe it wasn’t her, per se, who caused Google to have a nervous breakdown the other day, going off… Continue reading

New Releases

Might & Magic comes to Solaris for 2015 If the above kick-ass cover by Alejandro Colucci doesn’t catch your attention, then the back cover blurb for KM McKinley’s new Gate Of The World series, The Iron Ship should: “The Twin flees across the sky, bringing in its wake the Great Tide. The Earth trembles under… Continue reading

My Chai

 AN OPEN LETTER TO TWININGS TEAS Dear Twinings, What oh what have you done to my favourite tea? I bought a new box of Chai tea and, yesterday, looking forward to my usual brew of the morning, found two things that have left me scratching my head. That the individual packets are so tightly and… Continue reading

The Sandwich Run …

These are some of the places I walk past on the route I take up my street to head toward my favourite sandwich shop. Which is about a 10-15 minute walk past the historic Battlefield Park, to a road named after me {Ave. Wolfe} that leads to the Québec City Museum of Beaux Arts, and… Continue reading

Lorna Suzuki Dreams BIG

A FANTASY COME TRUE I am delighted to announce that one of our very own, Vancouver-based fantasy author, Lorna Suzuki, will be arriving on the Big Screen 2015. Well, not her personally you understand, but characters from the Imago Chronicles series of books. The marvellous half-elven character of Nayla Treeborn, the hero of the series,… Continue reading

Frailty

The paint peels, the veneer cracks and—just beneath the surface of appearances—horrors crawl.