What We See [in 2020 and beyond]

Welcome to my first blog post set after the events of Blade Runner, but still (thankfully) before the opening of Blade Runner 2049! Welcome to 2020!   2019 was a year of big things for me, and I wanted to take a moment to stop and reflect and give thanks. In between finishing my undergradContinue reading “What We See [in 2020 and beyond]”

What we See in the Ereader

Happy Holidays! As a Channukah gift to me (and everyone else), What We See in the Smoke is now available from the most popular ebook platforms such as Kobo, Kindle, and Nook! Keep an eye out for a much bigger “end of year” update on inkstainedwreck.ca in a few days. Until then, happy holidays!

Summer 2019 – a retrospective

I’ve been thinking about time travel a lot lately. Not really because there’s any point I’d like to go back or forwards too especially. Recently I experienced jet lag from travel and came to the conclusion that the fourth dimension must have a sense of humour. Time plays tricks on us. We play tricks onContinue reading “Summer 2019 – a retrospective”

Blurb from Robert McGill

To continue sharing the kind words others have given for What We See in the Smoke, this is from Robert McGill, who ran the undergraduate creative writing workshop at the University of Toronto: You can find out more about Robert McGill and links to his work at his website here: http://www.robert-mcgill.com/books/ If you are swayed, you shouldContinue reading “Blurb from Robert McGill”

Blurb from Sharon English

Very proud to start sharing some of the kind words that several authors have supplied for my new book – starting with Sharon English, author of Zero Gravity and Uncomfortably Numb, who helped supervise this novel. You can find out more about Sharon English and links to her books at her website here: https://www.sharonenglish.net/bio/  Continue reading “Blurb from Sharon English”

What We See in the Smoke

The world we know is coming to an end. How will we connect in the strange and frightening one that’s coming to take its place? What We See in the Smoke twists the genres of realism and science fiction to tell the future history of Toronto, a story that stretches from this millennium to the next.Continue reading “What We See in the Smoke”

Rockets inbound for June!

My publisher has released the first graphic for What We See in the Smoke! Here is a first glimpse of the incredible cover illustrated by Toronto artist Raz Latif  Creating this novel has been a fantastic journey for me, and I’m excited to have more news to announce very soon! Though it will be available online earlier, I couldn’t be happierContinue reading “Rockets inbound for June!”