A Wee Bit ‘o an Irish Story to Warm Yer Heart!

Posted by on Jun 8, 2016 in News & Updates | 0 comments

A Wee Bit ‘o an Irish Story to Warm Yer Heart!

Do you believe in the little people? Is there a forest somewhere deep in Ireland where the little people still live, hiding away behind the massive tree trunks, the huge rocks, and the tiny shrubs?

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Port Dover Author Event

Posted by on Apr 28, 2016 in News & Updates, Writer On The Run | 0 comments

Port Dover Author Event

There is nothing that can put a smile on the face of a reader like a good book, and what better place to pick up a book than at a book event!     Join me, Author, Mary M. Cushnie-Mansour, at the Port Dover Author Fair, along with several other authors from Cavern of Dreams Publishing. Saturday, April 30 from 10 to 4 Port Dover Library (Lakewood School), George St., Port Dover...

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Posted by on Apr 25, 2016 in News & Updates, Writer On The Run | 0 comments

Time to get your summer reading!   Mysteries From The Keys is guaranteed to keep you up at night – reading. What is Minnie’s secret? What lies within the clay of the statues in the garden of statues where Sylvia smiles and dances like a mad fairy? Why does Caroline return to the cottage five years after her last visit there, and will she be any safer now than she was back then? How is it that there are flowers in the attic? What is it that is so special about Betty’s backyard? Whatever happened to Rodney? And so many...

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March 2016 Newsletter from your “Writer on the Run”

Posted by on Mar 2, 2016 in News & Updates, Writer On The Run | 0 comments

March 2016 Newsletter from your “Writer on the Run”

Please take a moment to click on this link http://eepurl.com/bRWhMH to read the first of your Writer on the Run’s monthly newsletters. The newsletter will tell you where I have been, where I will be going, and about up-coming new releases! Enjoy!   While you are here, just in case you missed them, here are links to some of my February blogs.. Don’t Blame Me – I Just Write It As I See It! You’re Not My Real Mom! Don’t Worry – Be Happy  ...

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Book Signing, Coles – Simcoe, ON

Posted by on Mar 2, 2016 in News & Updates, Writer On The Run | 0 comments

Book Signing, Coles – Simcoe, ON

Returning to Simcoe Town Centre Coles Author, Mary M. Cushnie-Mansour will be returning to Simcoe Town Centre Coles on Saturday March 5, 2016 from 11 to 3. She will be signing copies of two new releases:   A Story of Day & Night – a youth novel for ages 8 to 13…the earth has been cursed, one side into never-ending day, the other into never-ending night. Two maidens, one from each side, meet along the border of Light & Darkness as they set out on a quest to end the curse! Will they succeed? The answer lies within the...

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Book Signing – Indigo

Posted by on Feb 25, 2016 in News & Updates, Writer On The Run | 0 comments

Book Signing – Indigo

Join me at Indigo Bookstore Heritage Greene Shopping Centre, 1783 Stone Church Rd. E., Hamilton, ON Saturday, February 27, 2016 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. I will be signing copies of the new release in the Night’s Vampire Series Night’s Temptress And my recently released youth novel A Story of Day & Night (Note: Copies of the Night’s Vampire Trilogy will also be made available for sale)...

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Book Release/Signing – Saturday May 2, 2015

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in News & Updates | Comments Off on Book Release/Signing – Saturday May 2, 2015

Book Release/Signing – Saturday May 2, 2015

Please join me at Coles Book Store, Lynden Park Mall, Brantford, ON, Saturday, May 2, 2015 1 to 4 This is the official release of A Story of Day & Night (click on the title to learn more about this novel) a youth novel for ages 8 to 14.   I will have copies of the Night’s Vampire Trilogy at my table, as well. P.S. For all those who love the Night’s Vampire Trilogy, make sure you get your copies now, for another one is on its way – will be out this fall!  Little Samara is all grown...

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Dear Fellow Writer – Yes, “Virginia,” Editing is Important!

Posted by on Apr 19, 2015 in News & Updates, Writer On The Run, Writing & Editing Tips | Comments Off on Dear Fellow Writer – Yes, “Virginia,” Editing is Important!

Dear Fellow Writer – Yes, “Virginia,” Editing is Important!

Dear Fellow Writer: A common mistake many writers make is that they submit their work to agents and publishers before it’s really ready. How many of us, as writers, have said we have edited our MS until we believe it is perfect, or have turned our work over to a friend who says they will give us an honest opinion – probably all of us at some point in our endeavor to become a published writer. While there is value in self-editing, there’s also a lot of risk relying on your eyes only, or that of a friend who might not want to...

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Wow! My Goodreads’ Giveaway a Monumental Success!

Posted by on Apr 13, 2015 in News & Updates, Writer On The Run | 0 comments

Wow! My Goodreads’ Giveaway a Monumental Success!

One month ago, I ran my first book giveaway on Goodreads – today I am excited to see the number of requests for my two books! There were 10 lucky winners for “Night’s Gift” out of the 201 requests, and 20 lucky winners for “A Story of Day & Night” out of 766 requests. I look forward to the reviews! I would like to thank everyone who requested to read my books. To all those who were not chosen by Goodreads to receive a free copy,  please watch for a special offer coming out to you!  ...

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A Story of Day & Night – Now Available on Amazon

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in News & Updates | 0 comments

A Story of Day & Night – Now Available on Amazon

Now available on Amazon – eBook – $1.99 (click on the picture to take you directly to Amazon to purchase the eBook) Interested in a hard copy – click here (Take advantage of Free shipping during the month of March!!!!!) A Story of Day & Night The people of Earth are weary––one side has been cursed with never-ending light; the other side with never-ending darkness. Two young maidens––Lunaria, from the dark side; Raycindia, from the light side––were bequeathed a unique book from their grandmothers, and they were told they...

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