Author: Marya Miller

Banishing the Dreaded É

If you live and write in Canada, and you use a PC, you have probably come across the dreaded É syndrome. That’s when you go to type a question mark, and instead of ‘?’, you see ‘É’. Then you quickly find out that other keys (most notably your quote keys) are screwed up too. I used to have to shut… Read more →

Book Review: “Firetok” by Gordon A. Wilson

Last Monday I read “Firetok”, a suspense novel by Gordon A. Wilson; a story flooded and  permeated with pure horror. The opening scene warns you that the book is going to be dark. When violence comes into play, I will normally shut a book and move on, since I suffer from post-traumatic stress syndrome: However, I couldn’t put this book down. I’m… Read more →