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2 days ago

Therese Greenwood
Attention Costco shoppers...

We now have confirmed sightings of my book What You Take With You in Edmonton-area Costco stores!

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Attention Costco shoppers...

We now have confirmed sightings of my book What You Take With You in Edmonton-area Costco stores!

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4 days ago

Therese Greenwood
I learned last night that my story, The Power Man, has been short-listed for the Crime Writers of Canada 2019 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Short Story!

Its too early for an acceptance speech, but Id like to thank Coffin Hop Press of Calgary for including The Power Man in the dark Christmas anthology Baby, Its Cold Outside, even though my story isnt that dark.

You can read the Crime Writers press release listing finalists in all categories here: https://bit.ly/2PjajON [PDF download]

I learned last night that my story, "The Power Man," has been short-listed for the Crime Writers of Canada 2019 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Short Story!

It's too early for an acceptance speech, but I'd like to thank Coffin Hop Press of Calgary for including "The Power Man" in the dark Christmas anthology Baby, It's Cold Outside, even though my story isn't that dark.

You can read the Crime Writers' press release listing finalists in all categories here: bit.ly/2PjajON [PDF download]
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7 days ago

Therese Greenwood
Anyone know Morse code? The telegraph plays a big role in the historical mystery novel I am writing and this book by Robert Burnet was a great resource, until it burned in the Fort McMurray wildfire.

It was 20 years old and hard to get even then (I got my copy directly from Mr. Burnet), but now Ive tracked down this copy from a used-books seller in Derbyshire, U.K.

Huzzah!

Anyone know Morse code? The telegraph plays a big role in the historical mystery novel I am writing and this book by Robert Burnet was a great resource, until it burned in the Fort McMurray wildfire.

It was 20 years old and hard to get even then (I got my copy directly from Mr. Burnet), but now I've tracked down this copy from a used-books seller in Derbyshire, U.K.

Huzzah!
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My father was a railwayman his whole life, I wonder if he has any insights to share.

1 week ago

Therese Greenwood
As a writer, I have always used commas like salt. When I was younger I sprinkled them liberally. Now Iā€™m more sparing. But still ....

As a writer, I have always used commas like salt. When I was younger I sprinkled them liberally. Now Iā€™m more sparing. But still ....CAA - Writers Helping Writers ... See MoreSee Less

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How can commas be like salt?

Awesome šŸ‘

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