Do you remember editing What About Me? I'd like to thank you for your comments and attention to detail. After I polished it up, I sent it off to a few writer friends to read prior to submitting the manuscript to my publisher. Thank you to Andrea Adair-Tippins, Evelyn Pollock, Lisa Reynolds, and Lyndi Allison for their keen eyes.
Books We Love Publishing Inc. released on September 1st, 2022 and I couldn't be more excited to share the Sequel to with readers.
All the best,
It sucks to start Grade 10 in a new school and, worse, a month after the semester’s already begun and, worst of all, everyone at this school seems to know everyone else’s business. And yeah of course, she loves her Opa but moving from Toronto to Banff to help Aunt Steph take care of him was not Jillian’s idea.
Besides, Banff is totally weird. Not just because of the small town nosiness, but because there are bears in the mountains – big, mean ones! Plus, of course “Aunt” Steph is really her birth mom. And then there are the boys at the school. Okay there are boys in Toronto, too, but Banff boys are definitely both hotter and weirder – way hotter and way, Way, WAY weirder.
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My next book, Amanda in France: Fire in the Cathedral will be released on September 13, 2022, published by Central Avenue Publishing in BC.
Amanda in France: Fire in the Cathedral
Amanda is in love! With Paris - the city of love. She's in awe of the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, and Notre Dame Cathedral. While there, she gets to work as a volunteer and stay in a famous book store, along with her bestie, Leah, and Leah's eccentric Aunt Jenny. A dream come true for a book lover like Amanda.
Except, while she's at the Paris Opera House there is a bomb threat. Then the lights go out during their visit to the Louvre. Worst of all, a devastating fire blazes in Notre Dame. Why does a mysterious man, who claims to be a busker, writer and artist, show up every time something bad happens?
Join Amanda as she explores the exciting streets of Paris, the fabulous Palace of Versailles and the gardens of the painter Claude Monet, all the time looking for clues as to who would want to destroy such a beautiful, historic cathedral.
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