Genres

Just in case you need some help choose a story.

Children’s

I’ve written several stories for my kids as a result of them asking for some at bedtime.

  • The Threehouse - Luke's bored. Instead of helping his parents, he decides to go visit with his neighbour, Mr. Sorenson, who has a very unusual building in his backyard.
  • The Girl Who Went Up A Mountain - Lumi has always lived in her valley, in her small little space. One day, she wonders where the sun really sets and braves the surrounding mountains.
  • The Girl Who Could Fly - Loretta's friends don't believe that she can fly. There's only one way she can prove it.
  • My Life As A Cat - Lannie is a young girl who finds herself with a wonderfully lazy day to do whatever she pleases.

Fiction, Drama

As far as drama goes, I’m very much a work-in-progress. Hopefully I’ll get better as I go along.

  • The Killing House - When Mirabel's beloved dog dies, her grandmother Beatrix can't tolerate the sadness any longer and takes Mirabel for a lesson that Beatrix herself realizes she forgot.

Non-Fiction

Stories don’t all have to be made up. Sometimes, they’re true.

  • The Westgate Moose - A little (true) story about a moose who came to visit our neighbourhood.

Photo Essay

Some of my favourite stories come from the taking of a single photograph.

  • The Westgate Moose - A little (true) story about a moose who came to visit our neighbourhood.