Why don’t we get to know one another. Let me begin by telling you about myself.
I was born and raised in Toronto and have never lived anywhere else. Since the age of 6, I have resided in Etobicoke, an area in the west end of the city. I attended York University, where I graduated with a B.A. in History. I then went to library school at Ryerson (now Toronto Metropolitan University) for two years
The fact that I have only lived in Toronto has limited neither my vision nor my ability to write. I have travelled and my imagination is almost boundless. That’s why I enjoy writing so much. I can create characters and develop them. I can also develop a plot and weave through its intricacies. Writing has help me get through this horrid pandemic.
Since childhood, I have had an affinity for both the written word and the spoken word. According to my mother, I talked before I walked. Mom was an elementary teacher, and she taught the primary grades. Under her guidance, I learned to read words and print letters at a fairly early age. As a young adult, I aspired to be a journalist. However, I ended up working in the library of the Toronto Star for many years. To this day, I still prefer the print version of the newspaper.
I am currently working on my third novel, a sequel to The Missing Reporter. That is why you will notice some lose ends at the end of the novel. Not everything has been resolved.
Best regards to all,