Monthly Archives: January 2012

Writing Sanibel: Or How An Old Dog Used A Unique Island and Technology to Learn New Tricks

In 1984, after writing for newspapers and magazines in the United States and Canada for nearly twenty years, I did what most writers dream of doing, I published a novel. It was a thriller set in Toronto about a nomadic

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Book Bashes With Mayors

It was a week for celebrating the Canadian publication of The Sanibel Sunset Detective Returns. In Milton on a cold Sunday afternoon, friends and neighbors gathered to launch the novel. Milton mayor Gord Krantz, always a supporter, showed up to

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Old Geezers Save The World (For Now)

Over the holiday I found myself back in Theatre Eight at the Varsity Cinema in downtown Toronto for the film version of John Le Carr√©’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. ¬†That theatre was the larger of the two auditoriums that constituted

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