A few months ago, The Marilyn Denis Show hosted a contest asking viewers to write in and nominate a “mom” they thought was deserving of a day of pampering. That’s what Brad did — nominating his wife, Nicole. The producers … Continue reading →
It’s like Pancake Tuesday, only there are no pancakes. Like Lollapalooza without the mud. Instead, there is ping-pong and party drinks. And prizes! If you live in Toronto, come out to SPIN Toronto tonight for the first ever Pongapalooza, hosted by … Continue reading →
A few weeks ago, I hosted the Toronto launch of author Heather A. Clark’s debut novel, Chai Tea Sunday at Twist Gallery. I really loved this book, and so I was happy to be a part of her night. Heather … Continue reading →
This is the question of the day over at EmmaCunningham.ca, which is a fantastic site for authors, where Emma offers really helpful tips and advice to help writers “navigate platforms and publishing”. Today I’m guest-posting and offering my advice, based on my own experience self-publishing my traditionally published novels in e-book format last summer.
Building your brand or branding yourself? Media training can help you get into the spotlight — and look and sound great once you’re there. On April 27 I’ll be presenting at the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors’ lunch and sharing … Continue reading →
Over at Canadian Living, the lovely Natalie Bahadur (who you may recognize from her fab finds as editor of StyleatHome.com pulled together an inspiring Mother’s Day gift guide and asked me for my top suggestions on what to get every mom … Continue reading →