Let me tell you a tale. A story lies between book two and book three.
Author Archives: shelleykassian
Sluggish words. They’re weeds that creep into my writing unnoticed. The little beasts who choke beautiful plants and slow the pace of my sentences. I’m revising my manuscript, The Half Mile of Baby Blue. I’ve been meticulously searching for something that can’t be named, a thing that doesn’t show the reader almost anything. Sluggish words taking upContinue reading “Sluggish Words”
The Half Mile of Baby Blue: Cover Reveal
When forgotten findings inside a suitcase reveal a stampede legacy, a new generation risks history repeating itself…
You can make it Happen.
It’s all possible if you have the ‘will’ to try.
One must have a Flower
An author must have a little flower for days when the sun is shining but the snow still lies cold on the ground. A scent of spring, a pink petal to encourage sentiment, while pondering when spring might finally dawn. It’s National Flower Day. I should be working, but I’m taking a mental health momentContinue reading “One must have a Flower”
A Heart across the Ocean
A Heart across the Ocean was officially released on February 6, 2018. I wish to acknowledge and thank my beta readers, authors Brenda Sinclair and Katie O’Connor, for reading my novel prior to publication. This is what they had to say about my latest release: “Shake hands with a bit of Canadian history as Ms.Continue reading “A Heart across the Ocean”
The Women of Stampede Series
Saddle up for the ride! The Women of Stampede will lasso your hearts! Yahoo! Today is the day seven authors announce the Women of Stampede series. I’ve been dreaming about this day as Katie O’Connor (an author in the series) and myself, have been planning this reveal for months. Calgary, Red Deer, and Edmonton authorsContinue reading “The Women of Stampede Series”
Magic Happens When Words Collide
It juxtaposes an immediate impression on the listener of molecules clamoring together to form a new compound.
An introduction to my latest Release
I feel like I had to cut the weeds to permit the flowers to shine through!
A letter from a Friend
“The Story was well told and, as usual, your prose was spot on.”