Saturday 1 January 2022

Happy New Year. A new look. Lots to look forward to in 2022.


Goodbye 2021.

Hello to a new year, new dreams, new horizons and all good things.
No looking back.

I have so much to be grateful for. A loving wife, a happy home, family, a roof over my head - a new one since we moved in November - lots to eat, dear friends...

Gloria Hudson.

 and you - my fantastic visitors and readers.

I said there would be changes to the Scribbler.
Besides the new color and layout, we are taking a new approach to our guest's visits.

The Story Behind the Story.

You will meet great authors, old and new, from all over the world.
They will share their latest work, or what they are working on.
A brief bio.
The story behind the story.
A question.
A link.

January 8th - Chuck Bowie of Fredericton, NB.

January 15th - Zuzanne Belec of the Czech Republic.

January 22 - MJ LaBeff of Arizona, US.

January 29th - Janet Sanford of Moncton, NB.

Yes, there will still be occasional interviews. There will be short stories, mine and others.


There will be new contributors. Nothing set yet but we are searching for anyone willing to share their thoughts, ideas or whatever.

Exciting news!

Today I am introducing you to my newest story and revealing the cover. 

I'm extremely happy about this story. I've been wanting to write it for a long time.

In 1942 everything is going good for Tanner Hill. He has a good job, two healthy sons and a wife who loves him. As he makes lots of extra cash with his moonshine, he can afford many luxuries his neighbours cannot. And he’s not worried about conscription.

However, he soon realizes good things do not last forever. One argument after church with a disgruntled man with revenge on his mind and Tanner’s world is turned upside down. Forced into making a choice, Tanner chooses to follow his brothers and enlists. He leaves for the fighting so far away as a private in the Royal Canadian Engineers.

It will be three years until Tanner returns home. It won’t be the same.

Available today as a eBook. Go HERE. Paperbacks coming soon.

Launch date and location - February 19th. 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Chapters Moncton.

Go HERE for more information.

I'm hoping to publish the next Jo Naylor adventure - Shattered Dreams - in April.

Jo leaves Thailand because it is not safe for her any longer. She can't go back to Canada yet. She's not certain where she will travel to but an image of the Eiffel Tower lures her to Paris. Jo has been a cop too long to ignore injustice and this time the bad people  picked on the wrong person.

(tentative title)

 A murder mystery set in World War II at Royal Canadian Air Force Station Scoudouc,
 New Brunswick. 

The base is gone now but it thrived  during the war. Pilots from England, Canada, Australia and New Zealand trained in tiger Moths.

The body was headless. Identification would be difficult, if not impossible.

There is more than one body.
Warrant Officer Stefan Kravchenko  has been ordered to solve the mystery and keep the police from getting involved. There are too many secrets on the base to have civilians nosing around. RCMP Officer Dia Francis thinks differently. 

.... and Volume 2 of The Alexanders. 1921 - 1930. 
In progress.

I'm looking forward to 2022. I think the dreaded Covid will become a memory. I have lots of time to write. I love sharing other peoples work with you.

Leave a comment if you like. Tell me your plans for 2022. Which mountain will you climb. Which project will you finally get to? Tell me your favorite author. Your favorite book.

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