Wanna fall in love this weekend?


 Sure, it sounds easy:

Write a romance novel in a weekend.

You’re a history prof. Now all you need is a cape, unrequited passion, some heather.

But what happens if a real live hero walks into your life?

And he’s a professor of love.

You’ll never look at romance the same again.

And that may be a good thing.


Read it this weekend. Byron Rempel’s The Bodice Ripper.

Because romance is history.




Magic Secrets for Writers: No. 1


Fiction is not a garden party; you’re allowed to spill your tea, and if it’s hot and falls on your bare skin so much the better.”

  • Cynthia MacDonald, in the Globe & Mail


All right, sorry for the delay but I was having far too much fun for one person alone, meeting characters in my next new novel, which almost overnight sprang full form into its monstrous being. So without further ado, dead rabbits.