Tag Archives: Indie Authors

I’ve been puzzling over this one?


I’ve read that Daniel Defoe, author of Robinson Crusoe and Moll Flanders once said: “…how frequently in the course of our lives the evil which in itself we seek most to shun, and which, when we are fallen into it, … Continue reading

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Why is Mad Men So Great?


So sad to see the end of Season 4 of Mad Men! I haven’t been so devoted to a show since Six Feet Under and that’s a few years back. As with all good writing, everything begins and ends with … Continue reading

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The Indie Author’s Town


I bet you don’t remember Toronto of the 1950’s. I certainly do. Back then, it was “Toronto the good.” On Sundays, department stores even closed the drapes on their windows lest commercial interests diverted the people from church going. The … Continue reading

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Indie Author at the Movies: Nostalgia for the Light


With so many choices before me, I have decided on films based on screening times. And so, I saw Nostalgia for the Night yesterday by documentary filmmaker, Patricio Guzman. One of the very best parts of TIFF is that often … Continue reading

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