Conversation with Anna Dowdall

interviewpixI’m visiting Anna Dowdall’s blog and chatting about my writing journey and Too Many Women in the Room.

Drop by Anna’s blog.


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#LASR Anniversary Party 2017

Today, I’m participating in an Anniversary Scavenger Hunt sponsored by Long and Short Reviews.

Follow these instructions…You could win a $100 Amazon/B&N gift card.

1. Visit the website here.

2. Read the blurb for Too Many Women in the Room.

3. Enter the Rafflecopter giveaway.

4. Scroll down and answer the question about Too Many Women in the Room.

Good luck!


Living Vicariously Through My Protagonist

In the spring of 2001, I enrolled in the Career Development Practitioner Program at Conestoga College in nearby Kitchener, Ontario. After meeting with the course director, I sat down and meticulously planned the next seven years of my life.

I would continue teaching full-time during the day and take one online course each trimester. I even selected the order so that the more demanding courses would be taken during the summer months. Upon completion of the program, I would spend two summers interning in preparation for retirement and the launch of ReCareering, a counseling practice that would cater to boomers.

That was the fantasy.

The reality was very different.

Continue reading on Maggie King’s blog.


10 Interesting Facts About Chef David Korba

David Korba could cook, and he could charm. One meal—that’s all it took to win Gilda Greco’s approval and a six-figure investment in Xenia, an innovative Greek restaurant near Sudbury, Ontario. But there’s much more to the charismatic chef.

Here’s his back story:

1. David Korba, the youngest of five children, was born in Nea Makri, a seaside resort town about 25 kilometers away from Athens. His mother, a struggling artist, and paternal grandmother doted upon him. Some would say they spoiled him and filled his head with grandiose dreams.

Continue reading on Jane Reads Blog.