Exploring the Superhero’s Story

Recently, while working on a comic-book, I completely zoned out while drawing and found my mind drifting toward the ‘average’ person in a story, and began relating them to ‘everyday people’ of today. Their identity was my main focus. Prior to becoming a Superhero most of these super-heroes-to-be have an identity that is flawed andContinue reading “Exploring the Superhero’s Story”

March on Washington

Imagine the soothing voice of Morgan Freeman reciting this to you. [I have to ask you to imagine his voice because I wouldn’t know how to contact him – lol] May the words of both Martin Luther King Jr., and Congressman John Lewis, echo in our minds and remain written in our hearts. Recent newsContinue reading “March on Washington”

Still No Mail

I don’t understand how a lack of money can be the reasoning behind the mail’s delay. I, and everyone else, have already paid for a service I/we did not receive. We all have to pay for postage before our mail will be delivered. If there is a back log of mail – there is alsoContinue reading “Still No Mail”


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About Me

All roads led me here. I started out as a product illustrator, then a graphic artist, then into classical animation before becoming a stay-at-home Mom. After 20 years of cartooning I finally did what many people say they want to do but never actually get around to doing it – I wrote and published a children’s book!

Did You Call For Me? is a fun and humourous read with lots of rhythm, rhymes and adorable characters. It is an ideal pick-me-up that is sure to turn any child’s frown upside down.

Did You Call For Me?
is available on

Dinner Theatre Scripts

Interested in puttin’ on a show?
I have been involved in dinner theatre since 2008. In 2010 I wrote my first 20 minute skit; Living in the Boonies, for a private function ~ it was well received. [And hard to believe that I was the entertainment for the night!] Since then I have written six more comedies;
Welcome to Corridornia
The Next Big Star
Seniority Rules
Mrs. O’Lander’s Brew
A Royal Heist, and
The Oak Island Mystery

All plays are approximately an hour in length and are divided into three acts to allow for a three course meal to be served by the players. Most evenings run about 2 – 2 1/2 hours.

To inquire about scripts email

Short Story

Forever Green is a fictional story set in the palliative care unit in the Camphill hospital in Halifax, Nova Scotia, during the 1990’s, and is centered around a patient who survived the Halifax Explosion.

Forever Green is available on

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