CBC Homestretch Interview
Rocky Mountain Outlook - Interview
Thank you to Jordan Small at Rocky Mountain Outlook for taking the time to explore the story behind my latest release, The Man in the Barretina Hat.
Livewire Calgary Interview
Thank you to Darren Krause at Livewire Calgary for taking the time to explore how my latest book, The Man in the Barretina Hat, came to be.
Years prior, O’Hare had travelled to the island of Malta. She recalled an inlet surrounded by three cities, harbours with fishing boats and old limestone fortress walls. At that time, she thought it would one day be the perfect setting for a book.
Loads of discounts available on eBooks at Smashwords’ 13th Annual Summer/Winter Sale, including all of my travel and personal finance books.
Four Teens and a Finance Blog
Kudos to Dani, Jacob, Terry and Joshua for setting up a website dedicated to teens for managing their money. Created by teens, for teens. They offer blogs, checklists and a whole whack of information to help young adults get off to a smart start towards financial freedom.
I delved back - way back - and pulled out some of the best learnings in this article. Find out all the details with my guest blog in the link below.
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Have you ever wondered how a writer went about publishing a book or what made them decide to switch from a more traditional job to tap into their creative side? And what’s the deal about naming a book?
Amy’s Bookshelf Review
The latest review of Searching for Unique just arrived!
The title brings the reader in, but it is an unexpected and wondrous adventure. The journey is done by hiking and visiting unchartered areas, and the reader goes right along with the author.
Read the full review at Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews.
Birds of a Feather Press interviews “travel writers with an independent spirit” in their Author Interview Series and I am happy to be featured in their latest edition!
Not all travel guides are created equal, and I love the approach this week’s travel writer, Nancy O’Hare, has taken with her books. They’re not a dry collection of facts and figures to help travelers explore off-the-beaten path locations. Instead, she weaves the information through travel narratives so readers are transported to the destinations Nancy is excited to share with them.