saddle broncs in professional rodeo. In addition, twenty years as a health professional lends expertise when I write about how your nose works. A Masters Degree in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia honed my fiction writing, an accomplishment that culminated in my first young adult novel, Siena Summer (Tradewind), followed by my second novel, Kootenay Silver (Dundurn). Memberships in the Professional Writers Association of Canada, the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Children's Writers and Illustrators of BC, the Canadian Society of Children's Authors Illustrators and Performers, and the Canadian History Society keep me connected.
As a freelance writer, my creative non-fiction articles are inspired by a passionate curiosity for fascinating subjects and people. I love to go behind the scenes and bring intriguing factual details to inquisitive readers. An honours degree and fieldwork in cultural anthropology and forensic archaeology enable me to write about subjects like the latest in Canada’s archaeological research or the linguistic intricacies of the Chinook language. My profiles have covered subjects as diverse as a man wrongly convicted of murder to a woman who rides
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