Monthly Archive: February 2012

Rescapée on the métro

My friend, Nelly Gillet, was on the Paris métro recently when she glanced up and saw that the woman next to her was reading Rescapée, the French version of my novel The Captive Wife. They immediately struck up a conversation. Nelly explained that she knew me and asked if she might take a photo because …

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Waipu’s Grand Pageant

Every ten years the town of Waipu, settled by the Nova Scotian migration led by the Reverend Norman McLeod in 1853, holds a Grand Pageant. The narration is performed by a grandparent figure. In 2013, I will be the narrator and I am very honoured by this invitation. Continue reading…