Join Us to Protest for TTC Accessibility for All

Accessibility of all kinds is pitiful on Toronto’s TTC. Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 4:00pm Please join us at Yonge and Bloor To protest this blatant injustice towards our most vulnerable citizens. When you protest the TTC’s abysmal treatment of the disabled, we all win! D!ONNE Renée is the organizer behind this event. If you […]

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Partnering Up to Attend TTC Public Forum on Accessible Transit in Toronto

Kerry, a Board member of BIST (Brain Injury Society of Toronto), and I attended the TTC Public Forum on Accessible Transit back on 16 September 2015. I had spoken to one of the BIST Board members a few months previously about TTC accessibility, and he’d suggested I attend accessibility meetings. I told him this was […]

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The TTC in Time and Space

My newest novel Time and Space has just launched. When I wrote it in November 2011, I thought I have to get this out fast, otherwise my prediction about the TTC will become obsolete, after all Mayor Rob Ford was voted in a year earlier to build subways. His popularity and speed at beginning to […]

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COTA Case Manager, the Saga Continues

Update to Case Management drama: I met with my case manager from COTA (see previous post for the story so far). I told her to get to it; I didn’t even give her a chance for her usual draining chit-chat. I needed my energy to get through the session with her; thankfully my moral anger […]

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Jack Layton: The Spirit of His Legacy

Words fail me. That’s what I tweeted this morning, after I saw the Breaking News on Citytv’s Breakfast Television, as I was massaging my muscles post-weight session, that Jack Layton had died. That first announcement was brief, and Cynthia Mulligan had a hard time switching gears to traffic. Switching gears. That’s what’s happening today. Being […]

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The Grief of Jack Layton’s Cancer Announcement

I am not going to speculate on Official Opposition and NDP Leader Jack Layton’s cancer and condition because the timing of his announcement reminds me too much of the timing of my own catastrophe that it overwhelms other thoughts. It is awful and frightening when you receive a troubling diagnosis; it is shocking enough when […]

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The Soft Launch of SHE

She is out. She is published. Yay! It’s rather unbelievable that my fantasy novel finally is. Right now, I am doing a soft launch of the eBook. I had read about this method of launching a book awhile ago and thought it a good idea. Basically, I upload the final DOC file to Smashwords, which […]

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Last Day Lifeliner eBook on Sale!

To finish the old year with a flourish, I have put Lifeliner on sale. Only $2.99! An inspirational story about a woman who suffered the catastrophic loss of all her bowels but whooped it up for another 20 years without eating a morsel, it is gripping readers all around the world. It will light up […]

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