How does it feel to wake up injured and needing help, but you can’t remember who you are or how you got there? It happens more often than you might think, though the stories don’t usually make international headlines. A recent case intrigued me. A woman was found, bloodied and injured on an island in… Continue reading Memories Lost… and Found
Living on Vancouver Island or the ‘Wet Coast’ as I do, it’s no surprise that rain features in my stories. People who read my upcoming books are going to notice a common thread – a lot of bad weather. A critique group partner once said, shivering, “Gawd, can you write rain. I feel like I’m… Continue reading Rain
Amnesia is a favourite story trope in books, movies and TV. It has stood the test of time – there were even silent movies about memory loss! The theme has stayed popular. I don’t know whether everyone does this, but whenever I read or see a story about memory loss, I wonder how I would… Continue reading Amnesia etc.