Monthly Archives: June 2016

Fiction to Film

Over the weekend I attended Fiction to Film, Writing Across Platforms, a writer’s conference in Hubbards, Nova Scotia. It was presented by the Hubbards Writers Society and Women in Film and Television Atlantic. The conference ran from 9am until 4pm … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice

According the experts, Monday night at 7:34pm AST it officially became summer in my neck of the woods. The spring has been cold and wet, and lots of people were wondering if we would ever have warm days and evenings. … Continue reading

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Planting Season

In the climate I live in, we are just starting to see most of the seeds we’ve planted or perennials come to life. We will not be picking our bounty for another month or more. The exception being Rhubarb. It … Continue reading

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“Girly Gazebo”

There has been a lot of talk on-line lately about ‘She Sheds’. Women taking over garden sheds in their back yards and decorating them to make a place for themselves to get away. I live in a rural community with … Continue reading

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Start of Summer

Ah, summer. The time of year when most people schedule vacations, have family gatherings, relax and rejuvenate. My schedule will include all those things and a few writing events. I’m really excited to see the local writing communities putting on … Continue reading

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