Young Adult Fiction:

1. Bitter, Sweet — Nimbus Publishing (October 2009) Shortlisted for the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People Listed in the Best Books for Kids and Teens 2011.

Flying with a Broken Wing—Nimbus Publishing (September 2013) Most Anticipated books of Fall 2013: For Kids and Young Readers. Bank Street College of Education’s Best Books of 2015

Cammie Takes Flight–Nimbus Publishing (April 2017) Nominated for the 2018 Silver Birch Award, Best Books for Kids and Teens 2017 starred review.


Wreath Making Tradition Christmas in the Maritimes: A Treasury of Stories and Memories, Nimbus Publishing

A Christmas Morning SunriseA Maritime Christmas: New Stories and Memories of the Season Nimbus Publishing

The Place I Call Home Country Roads: Memoirs From Rural Canada, Nimbus Publishing

When Tragedy Strikes—–Fly Like an Eagle

Age Old Remedy—Where Evil Dwells, McIntyre Purcell Publishing

Short Fiction:

Silent Rage — The Amethyst Review

Wild Geese — Pottersfield Portfolio, Horizon Magazine

Age Old Remedy — The Antigonish Review, Bread ‘n Molasses

The Red Geranium — The Antigonish Review

Origins —The Amethyst Review

Alexander the Great — The Amethyst Review (Nominated for Journey Prize)

Hatchlings —Green’s Magazine

First Steps — Green’s Magazine

Fair Exchange-– Green’s Magazine

That Summer at Tom Stacey’s — Green’s Magazine

Brighter Days— Green’s Magazine

The Rising Sun — Green’s Magazine

The Phantom — The Gaspereau Review

An Act of Respect— The Gaspereau Review

Chub— The Gaspereau Review

Watermelon Seeds — The Dalhousie Review

Moth-–52% (reprinted as The Green Moth in The Gull Lake Visitor’s Guide)

Ingrained — Canadian Stories

Required Elements —Canadian Stories

The Wounded— Canadian Stories

Erin’s Shrine-— All Rights Reserved, Cahoots


Part Two–Lichen

What No Body Knows —Grain

Windows –The Dalhousie Review

Erin’s Shrine –Cahoots


My Memory of Hearts— The Nashwaak Review

Ode to Cyrus— The Nashwaak Review

A Woman’s Hands— Room of One’s Own

Burnt Offerings In The Wind— Canadian Stories

There is a Plum Tree –All Rights Reserved

Amazing Grace— Room

All That Is Real— The Nashwaak Review

The Bread Poultice— The Dalhousie Review

Unanswered Questions About the Titanic— Transition

The Story of Pumpkin— Grain

There’s This Thing About Leaving–Transition

Molly Riddy— Transition

Scent of Roses — Canadian Stories Special Edition III

No Bad Dogs -REAL Magazine

Bread Crumbs –The Nashwaak Review

Balloon Man –The Nashwaak Review

The Old Queen Rains — Understory Magazine.

“Preparations” Transition Magazine

Read  “Unanswered Questions About The Titanic

Read,”There’s This Thing About Leaving”

Read “Molly Riddy”

Read “The Old Queen Rains.”

Read “Preparations.”

Non-Fiction Articles:

A Community Staying Connected — Coastal Communities News Magazine

How Sweet it Is — Coastal Communities News Magazine

The Most Beautiful Christmas Tree — Cloverdale Reporter

Wreath-Making: A Job for the Season — Our Times

The Treasured world of Reading —Fair’s Fair


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  1. WOAH! It seem to be some real good stuff to spend my vacations with!:)

    Is there any place where I can read them online?:)


    • As a matter of fact there are links above that should take you to a few of my stories. “Erin’s Shrine,” is online at Cahoots Magazine, the other three stories “Unanswered Questions About The Titanic,” “There’s This Thing About Leaving,” and “Molly Riddy,” appeared in Transition a magazine published by the Saskatchewan Mental Health Society. Just click on the links.

      Hope that was helpful!


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