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I'm a busy book blogger and reviewer, and writing paranormal YA/NA fiction. I love to get out in my neighbourhood to get me away from the computer.

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My WeekendNotes - 37
I'm not really into anime movies but recently Space Pirate Captain Harlock poster visuals intrigued me and ultimately th... [more]
Periodically I get the survivalist urge and think about where I would source clean drinking water in the event that anyt... [more]
Colonia is billed as a 'historical romantic thriller' by Wikipedia but when we contemplated watching this just looking a... [more]
The Maze Runner is a film adaptation of a young adult, dystopian novel of the same name by James Dashner (published Octo... [more]
Jackie Chan's new movie, Dragon Blade, was released to the U.S. early September 2015 and I had a chance to watch what I ... [more]
Every autumn, Woodstock holds its annual fleece festival around the third weekend in October. This is just a 1 hour 32 m... [more]
17/10/2015
St. Jacobs is the farmers' market in SW Ontario. If you've never been, it's definitely worth a visit to see what it's al... [more]
History buffs and those interested in genealogy already know they can learn a lot by heading out and researching the sto... [more]
03/10/2015 - 14/11/2015
Lovely Ruthven Mansion is an 1840s Greek Revival historic home built along the Grand River waterway, in south western On... [more]
One of the great pleasures of autumn is going to all the local produce fairs, not just for their fruits and vegetables, ... [more]
Downtown Hamilton, Ontario has a busy artsy district that includes the Handknit Yarn Studio co-founded by Kate Hand and ... [more]
It's impossible to imagine the wonder the first inhabitants of North America felt when they discovered Niagara Falls. ... [more]
The Kitchener-Waterloo farm country of Ontario is a mecca for country food and craft markets, as well as the annual Okto... [more]
12/09/2015
The scenic Bruce Trail is a 560 mile public footpath that winds along the Niagara Escarpment, affording spectacular view... [more]
As one can guess by looking at the cover for The Infinite Expanse, this is not going to be your ordinary type of book! ... [more]
Named after the Devil's Punchbowl conservation area, this iconic 150 year old barn has been lovingly restored by the Bar... [more]
At high summer each year I get the urge to hit a local pick-your-own farm for raspberries. There's just no better experi... [more]
Queen of Tomorrow is Book Two of Sherry Ficklin's Stolen Empire trilogy about Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia. It... [more]
Hamilton, Ontario has a surprising diversity of food experiences and I was recently delighted to discover Let Them Eat C... [more]
Have you ever dreamed of being behind the wheel of an Indy-style race car? If you have a standard driver's license, and ... [more]
Sometimes, only a cupcake will do when you need to feed that sweet craving. These little delectable treats are also know... [more]
In my ongoing efforts to get wheat-free, sugar-free, and mostly vegetarian, I'm usually out there looking for short cuts... [more]
The food truck phenomenon continues to grow across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and there's a good reason. Today's foo... [more]
"Eat Like You Give a Damn" is eatery owner, Becky's, motto. Good-To-Go is her small-spot eatery in Hamilton, Ontario,... [more]
Comic book fans and comic-con attendees, as well as hero afficionados will be interested in reading The Never Hero, by T... [more]
Poutine is a hearty snack food passed on to us from rural Quebec, Canada from back in the 1950s. Poutine is french fries... [more]
The Pan American Games (known as Pan Am Games) is a major summer sporting competition held every four years between the ... [more]
10/07/2015 - 17/08/2015
Have you heard of the Voynich Manuscript? This is a most perplexing 240 page vellum codex (book comprising vellum pages)... [more]
We love to travel to Cancun, Mexico as there are often very good flight and hotel package deals out of Toronto. This art... [more]
Bayfront Park is the central hub of the park lands around the western edge of Lake Ontario, Canada. It is 40 acres of gr... [more]
Puddicombe's is a working farm and vineyard located about 80 minutes drive from Toronto along the QEW. Tucked into the p... [more]
Christina Phillips is a writer of contemporary (and erotic) romances, as well as historical and paranormal. This title ... [more]
July 4, 1776 is the date that the Continental Congress of the 13 American colonies adopted their declaration to be indep... [more]
Debbie Herbert is an American writer who lives in Alabama, USA. She writes magical romance novels for Harlequin, particu... [more]
About 45 minutes' drive from Toronto, Cootes Paradise is a wetland sanctuary and National Historic Site located along th... [more]
Hounds of Autumn was published by Triple Hare Press, December 16, 2013. It is a period mystery set in 1890, with steam ... [more]
Completed in 1835, Dundurn Castle is actually more of an important historical home built on the bluffs between Burli... [more]