Category Archives: Transferral
I am terrible at updating this blog. At least that means when I get around to it, I have lots of news to share. Transferral was just nominated for a Willow Award! A Snow Willow Award, to be precise. The … Continue reading
So, it’s been an exciting few weeks, and a number of things have fallen into place that I can now talk about. Firstly, Transferral got optioned! And by Temple Street Productions, no less – makers of the wonderful Orphan Black … Continue reading
I found out on Monday that Transferral has been nominated for a Manitoba Young Readers’ Choice Award. And I’m still so happy about it, for three reasons. Firstly – award nomination! Eeee! They like my book! Of course that is … Continue reading
I was invited to be a part of a roundtable on world-building, along with some excellent Canadian SFF authors, by the 49th Shelf. Charlotte Ashley had some great questions, and I found everyone else’s answers fascinating and insightful. It was … Continue reading
It’s been a month since I updated my blog. In my defense, it’s a busy time. Two small children, a full-time job and a first novel coming out do not leave a lot of time for anything else. Plus I … Continue reading
I’m so excited to announce my official book launch. This is all really happening!
In Transferral, I’ve used the real locations of The Old Bailey and St. Bartholomew’s Hospital because, historically and geographically, they embody the connection between sickness and crime that is central to the book.
There’s no place quite like the Barbican. A brutalist conglomeration of terraces and tower blocks in Central London, it was built in the 1960s and 70s on a World War II bomb site. It’s an astonishing place. A labyrinth of … Continue reading