Author Archives: Sue

oops

As I sat at my desk this morning trying to avoid housework, I realized it’s been a while since I blogged. I actually blogged about my almost failed trip to Banff last month, but it’s still sitting in draft mode. Probably a good thing, since the story is about to become a novel (don’t want […]

Good-bye 2011, Hello 2012

2012 is starting off with a lot of promise.

and we’re off – NaNo 2011

NaNoWroMo.org 2011 has begin and I’m already behind. It’s a little disconcerting, but I’ve been here before and haven’t failed yet.

VCON, SIWC and NaNoWriMo

I’ve been a bad blogger. I was reminded this over the weekend at the Surrey International Writers Conference. I attended a lot of the social media sessions because I’ve been out of the ‘what’s happening in Social Media’ loop over this past year.Mysterious Ages, my fellow ML for NaNoWriMo.org and I spoke at the beginning of the month at VCON.

Writing Stuff

NaNoWriMo.org, VCON, SIWC it’s going to be a busy fall.

*sigh*

Realized last night just how long it’s been since I blogged. After this stunning realization what did I do? closed the window and did something else…. Bad Buckley.

Distruction is the Lazy Man’s Way

Have you ever noticed how the destructive folks cite a noble cause to justify their actions. Violence to combat homelessness, computer viruses to bring down Microsoft – the list goes on. To me these are lazy solutions.

Post Game/Riot Observations

Initially, I wasn’t going to join the throng, but after a few days of pondering I thought I’d weigh in on my insights.

They are not accusatory. I’m hoping they may help Vancouver save face a little and perhaps help plan better for next time. Hindsight of course is 20/20.

The Making of Hiding in Plain Sight

My new novel, ‘Hiding in Plain Sight’ hit the virtual shelves almost a month ago. So far I’m thrilled with the response it’s been getting.

Mom, men and monster to-do lists

Mom arrives here on Wednesday for a week. We lost Dad last August, so this is her first solo venture outside of my hometown without him.