Category Archives: Susan’s Posts

Is This Supposed to be Spring?

I hardly slept last night. Wind howling outside and ice pellets pounding my bedroom window kept me awake. Not to mention the ice-laden hedges beside the house scraping against the siding. The racket at the front of the house, outside … Continue reading

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Language Changes

Even editors get stumped by the rules of language. A word or expression that you’re sure you know how to use properly, or a grammar principle that was drilled into you at school, can turn out to be less cut-and-dried … Continue reading

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Did You Know?

In my editing work, I’ve noticed a number of common errors that trip up writers. So I’ve decided to don my editor’s hat today and present a few that you’ve probably come across many times.  An Historic or A Historic? … Continue reading

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My Favourite Ornament

Of all the ornaments on my Christmas tree, this little vintage 1970s Raggedy Ann and Andy pair is my favourite. The bodies are formed from some kind of foam, the faces are plastic, the clothes are fabric and the distinctive … Continue reading

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The Home Front

November 11 was Remembrance Day here is Canada. On this day, we pay tribute to all those in the armed forces who have sacrificed their lives to ensure the peace and freedom we enjoy today. The ceremonies of remembrance always … Continue reading

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Christmas in Eastport – Coming Soon

Welcome back to Eastport! My contribution to this year’s Authors of Main Street boxed set, Christmas Babies on Main Street, is the final installment in my Eastport series. The characters from the first three books make an appearance, but don’t … Continue reading

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Quebec City Vacation

Our family vacation this summer was a short trip to Quebec City, one of the oldest cities in North America. Founded in 1608 by French explorer and navigator Samuel de Champlain, the city on the St. Lawrence River is a … Continue reading

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