August 22, 2023
I have a new article published in Teen Breathe magazine about guilt tripping and what to do if you’re made to feel bad for no good reason.
June 24, 2023
My article “Exploring Envy” is in the current issue of Teen Breathe magazine. It talks about the positive side of jealousy and what it can reveal about you.
Olivia Can’t Cook
April 30, 2023
My humorous story “Olivia Can’t Cook” is in the June issue of Highlights magazine.
April 7, 2023
Had a second essay published on insider.com this week! “My partner spent 3 weeks in the hospital. His roommate there turned out to be his best ally and helped him through.”
Spot the Sparks
February 4, 2023
Here’s another of my articles published in Teen Breathe. “Spot the Sparks” explains how to keep track of all the ideas that come from journaling.
October 29, 2022
My latest article “Kind Questions” is in Teen Breathe this month. It’s about helping others to feel heard.
October 4, 2022
My essay is up on insider.com: “I got sent to my room when I asked my grandmother for money once, and that childhood rebuke shaped my finances for decades.” The title sums it up nicely!
On the Same Page
September 3, 2022
My article “On the Same Page” appears in Teen Breathe’s Issue 36 this month. It describes the benefits of reading with a friend—an activity I’ve happily done all my life!
July 22, 2022
Another beautiful issue of Teen Breathe containing one of my articles. “Dream Team” explores how to build your own support network and be there to support others when they need it.
When a Page a Day is Too Much
June 18, 2022
Woke up this morning to find that my article had been posted in Funds for Writers! If you need a bit of inspiration to keep going in difficult times, hope this helps.
Have No Fear of Heights
April 15, 2022
My latest article is out in Teen Breathe this month. “Have No Fear of Heights” talks about what makes us the height we are and encourages us to celebrate the height we’re meant to be.
My Itchy Vacation
February 25, 2022
Another story published in Bazoof magazine! This time it’s about how I came down with chicken pox while vacationing in Florida with my family when I was about 11 years old. I’m itchy just thinking about it!
Two More Articles in Teen Breathe
February 23, 2022
This month’s issue of Teen Breathe features two of my articles: “Silver Linings” and “Feeling Stuck?”
It Happened to Me
January 20, 2022
I received my copies of Bazoof magazine today, featuring a story I wrote about the first time I caught a fish as a kid.
How to Run an Empty Library
January 8, 2022
My personal essay is in this month’s issue of Our Times.
Two New Articles
August 13, 2021
This month, two of my articles appeared in Teen Breathe, Issue 28: “Creative Sparks” and “Positively Affirming.”
June 25, 2021
My latest article entitled “Great Strides” is in this month’s issue of Teen Breathe magazine.
How to Brainstorm Storylines Using Mind Mapping
May 4, 2021
My article “How to Brainstorm Storylines Using Mind Mapping” was published in my association’s newsletter, The SCBWI Bulletin, today!
A Perfect Match
February 22, 2021
My personal essay “A Perfect Match” was published in this month’s issue of Canadian Running.
Keeping It All Together
February 20, 2021
I received my contributor copies for the Feb/Mar issue of Brio containing my activity “Keeping It All Together”. Love the cover!
October 11, 2020
The last book I wrote for teens with intellectual disabilities is now available here. The animations and visuals are really neat!
Some of My Books Are Ready!
June 24, 2020
Here’s the link to four of the five French books I worked over the past year for teens with intellectual disabilities (just click on the book covers to access the stories)
Although these books are meant to be fun, each has a different aim.
“Disparition à l’école secondaire La Tulipe” focuses on helping students learn to navigate and recognize the different areas of a school. As it’s a mystery, they also get to look for and connect the clues.
“Une journée de rêve” focuses on leisure activities, which in this case includes performing and sports. Readers will have a look behind the scenes of a TV set and a hockey team.
“Mon Mag” is all about personal care and well-being. It takes the form of a teen magazine and contains all sorts of hands-on activities such as cooking, fashion, hairstyling, fitness, crafts as well as tips, a quiz, and even jokes!
“La fête du quartier des Érables” will help readers locate things on a map while learning about key places within their communities.
I’ll let you know when the fifth one is available. 🙂
December 15, 2019
Since July, I’ve been working on a French ebook project for teens with intellectual disabilities. There will be five books in all. I finally got to see the prototype of the first book yesterday. Pretty exciting stuff! I’m writing the fourth book right now, which is due soon. So back to work I go…
August 25, 2019
I was the August guest expert for the Institute of Children’s Literature “The Writer’s Block” on making money writing for children’s magazines. Here’s an excerpt.
To Write Well, Learn from the Badminton Court
August 22, 2019
Here’s my latest essay published by the Quebec Writers’ Federation.
Fun Facts About Numbers: 0 to 10
August 1, 2019