Monthly Archives: May 2014

Tragedy on Slocan Lake: Lantern Ceremony

Wandering into Tragedy Part 2: Lantern Ceremony, Slocan Lake, May 18, 2014 For as long as we’ve been on this planet, light has been a symbol of hope, warmth, rebirth. At Halloween we light bonfires to chase away not only … Continue reading

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Tragedy on Slocan Lake

Wandering into Tragedy Part One: May 10, 2014, 7 pm. It’s not every day you wander into tragedy when you’re out for your evening walk. But that’s what happened to me last night. We’d heard the sirens earlier around dinnertime. And … Continue reading

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Western Canadian book tour

The book is finally out! I say “finally” because, as any author can tell you, the long process of getting a book to press can take years. It’s not unlike the anticipation and stress faced by a mother through the … Continue reading

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