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Will I See? – an afterword

So, in writing “Will I See?” I went on an incredible journey with some amazing people. This book was the most collaborative book I’ve ever done, and it involved, not surprisingly, the most moving pieces. I’m also really excited that the book isn’t the end of the journey; Will I See? will also be seen […]

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High Plains Book Award Nomination

I was really excited to find out that I’d been nominated for a book award via phone call a little while ago. Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story (illustrated by Scott B. Henderson) has been nominated for Best Creative Non-Fiction Book all the way from Billings, Montana! Check out the list right here. More about this […]

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Here comes 2016, there goes 2015.

New Year’s Resolution: write more blog posts. I say that a lot. So, I think it’s reasonable to endeavour to write one per month. That’s what I’m going to shoot for. The whole resolution thing is funny to me, although I do take part in it, so I don’t have enough of an issue with […]

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“Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story” is here!

Well, after a lot of hard work, and not just by me but the entire team, including my man Scott B. Henderson, Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story launched on June 2, 2015 at McNally Robinson Booksellers (which is the best bookstore in the world). I was honoured to have my friends, Rosanna Deerchild and Katherena […]

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Coming Soon. Betty: The Story of Helen Betty Osborne

Early in the morning on a bitterly cold day, a teenage boy who had been following rabbit tracks found Helen Betty Osborne’s body. She’d been stabbed 57 times, and beaten so badly that her face was unrecognizable. It was November 13, 1971.

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