I loved the show when I first discovered it years ago, and I still love the re-runs today.
La Femme Nikita ran for a little over four seasons from 1997 to 2001 — and ended months before the 9-11 attacks. That is significant because some of the story lines have come true.
The show is [...]
One of the more inspirational stories transpired in the NHL in 2001. Montreal center, Saku Koivu announced early September, that he was diagnosed with cancer. It was at the time of the Team Canada evaluation camp where Mario Lemieux, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease several years prior, held a press conference, along with one [...]
The interview talks about the business of publishing, speaking, and yes, even hockey.
First question didn’t need much thought:
If you could tell one sentence to every prospective author out here, what would it be?
Writing is a business, not a lottery ticket.
Here’s the link to the rest.
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You don’t just wake up one morning, decide on a persona, walk into a ring, and whola! You’re a professional wrestler. It’s the same with writing. [...]
Ever since my Grade Eight Lit teacher at Highlands Junior High in Edmonton, Mrs. Duff, assigned a task to create stories from random pictures, it’s something that has stuck throughout my life.
I use this exercise in my manuscript development classes.
If I see a compelling subject with a certain look in their eyes, I [...]