Tag: Andrew Pyper

  • Boo! It’s Halloween

    Ghosts, demons & obsession Delving into the “season” of Halloween has proved to be fun. I’ve remembered my mum, a dear friend and our midnight movies together, and assembled a survival kit in case of a zombie apocalypse.   We don’t get many children on October 31st. Seemingly our driveway is too long for them and Read more

  • How dark was it? Noir at the Bar

    In keeping with reality I proved that I am indeed a crime fiction nerd by being the first guest (along with my husband) to arrive at Thursday night’s Noir at the Bar – Toronto. It was quite early, yes I know embarrassing. Once checking with the barkeep that food was available to be ordered along Read more

  • The week begins

    IOFA The International Festival of Authors at the Harbourfront centre celebrates much more than the crime fiction genre and will be a delight for any dedicated reader to attend. Tonight there will be an event celebrating the authors shortlisted for the 2013 Governor General’s Literary Award for English-Language Fiction. For those of us whose focus Read more

  • Another Friday

    Time is flying by and many will be attending Halloween parties this weekend – have fun, be safe! CWC weekend reminder: Saturday, October 26 Kingston, ON Janet Kellough Book Signing for: 47 Sorrows 1pm – 4pm Where: Chapters Kingston – 2376 Princess St, Kingston Contact: janetkellough@gmail.com Sunday October 27 Toronto, ON Mesdames of Mayhem -fifteen Read more

  • The art of reading

    While there is no mistaking my preference of genre I like to keep this inclination fresh by changing the county of origin of the author.  Makes no difference you say? Then perhaps you have not moved out of your reader comfort zone and have unknowingly stuck to the top 10 list of authors for country Read more