COVID-19 has pressed pause on – well – almost everything. While we wait, I am humbled by all those doing their part in our time of need, from our emergency and essential services to the creative people brightening the darkness of isolation.
"Jax, guess what I found," Lacey said over the phone. Anyone who knew me from or through someone from my high school volleyball days called me 'Jax,' but we'll be getting back to names later.
Lacey's mom, as moms do when they realize their…
Where are my book clubbers? Like with all clubs, the book variety ranges. There’s the deep, literary kind reminiscent of my MA program where we read, analyzed, mirrored, and discussed one book per week for two semesters. There’s the cozy,…
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Last month after I posted my first blog, Mom told me that Dymphny Dronyk from Writer's Block at CJSW liked my blog and said I could go check out the station when Mom did her interview. So a few days later, we drove all the way to Calgary. It…
Traditionally publishing a book was a childhood dream. Like with most things imagined at six years old, publishing has been slightly more complicated than anticipated. Two things, however, were exactly how I imagined:
Seeing my book on…
Mom and I always go to libraries, bookstores, book fairs, and launches together. Now Mom’s book is coming out!
We went to some other launches to get ideas. We saw Hunter the Edmonton Oilers mascot at the book launch for Grit and Glory by…
The idea for The Inquirer came to me in line at the grocery store. My eyes are always drawn to the headlines of the tabloids. Celebrities, politicians, business gurus, and anyone tangled amidst are at their mercy. The scandalous leads make me…
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About Jaclyn Dawn
Jaclyn Dawn grew up in a tabloid-free small town in Alberta. With a communications degree and creative writing masters, she works as a freelance writer and instructor. She now lives somewhere between city and country outside Edmonton with her husband and son. The Inquirer is her debut novel.
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