One of the highlights of my past year has been mentoring a second-year journalism student from Mount Royal University. There is pure joy in experiencing the thrill of a very publication, even if the writer never received payment for it. Such is the typical path of most new writers.
This article just happens to see me as the subject, but the pride for the writer surpasses my own pride at being featured for the second time in the Calgary Journal; the first time following the release of my first novel in 2007.
As Monique LaBossiere quotes my words, ” …to be really fulfilled as a writer, I’ll have to write that thriller.”