Saturday, November 20, 2010

Chronicler Publishing moving

Chronicler Publishing will soon be moving to Edmonton, Alberta. For the past years Chronicler Publishing offices have been located at Jones Beach, a small sub-division on Lake Isle in the Lac Ste. Anne County.
Although most of our business is via the Internet, it was felt that it was time to move to the city to be closer to the literary and cultural facilities to enhance our business and literary opportunities.
The move will be done slowly and our contact information will remain the same; only our physical address and phone number will change.
It will be business as usual.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Alberta: Black Go;ld

My latest historical novel, "Alberta: Black Gold," will soon be released by Chronicler Publishing. It is the story of a young farm boy, Peter O'Liam, who in 1936 leaves a poor farm near Evansburg, Alberta to make his way in a hostile world of the Great Depression.
The Second World War lifts him from poverty to war as he joins the army to fight against Nazi Germany and then into the economic growth that develops.

Monday, August 02, 2010

Wheels of Fortune

We, at Chronicler Publishing, have just released "Wheels of Fortune" by Ian G. Watson. Its official launch will take place in Stratford, Ontario on August 8, from 3:00pm to 8:00 pm at the Queen and Albert B & B.
"Wheel of Fortune" is a novel of three middle-aged men who, in 1900, decide to take a bicycle tour of rural Ontario to avoid the summer heat of Toronto.
This results in a change in each man's fortune that will change his life forever.
Mr. Watson tells and intriguing and humorous story with a good dose of Ontario history to boot.
It is a most enjoyable read for a summer day, and even beyond.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


A very busy time of year: writing, editing, taxes, and spring yard work. Still working on "Black Gold," editing books for Chronicler Publishing, preparing income tax reports, and a beautiful spring here at Lake Isle.

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

The Wanderers

My latest historical novel, The Wanderers, is available through many online bookstores, such as,, Barnes and Noble, Borders, Booksamillion, and many others.
The Wanderers is the sixth book of the Marin Family Chronicles and it continues the story of the family through the three sons, Pierre, Jean, and Charles as they go their separate ways. Jean returns to Port Royal, Acadie, New France, while Pierre chooses to roam the interior of the continent, and Charles does roaming of another sort in Quebec, New France.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Captive Daughter, Enemy Wife

We, at Chronicler Publishing have just released Mary Tweedy's historical novel, Captive Daughter, Enemy Wife, a very fascinating story of a young Indian maiden from the Neutral tribe that inhabited a region in what is now the Province of Ontario, Canada. She is captured by the Onondaga, an Iroquois tribe from the area that is now the northern states of the USA.
The events take place during the 17th century when the Iroquois Confederacy was at the peak of its power.
Mary Tweedy has capture the essence of the culture and history of the period and area. The happenings are true to life and described with accuracy and sensitivity to the culture and people of the times.
We are very happy to be associated with such work.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Well, we are well into the new year, and I suppose that everyone's resolutions have fell by the wayside :) Mine have!
I'm still trying to finish the first draft of my novel "Black Gold." But I'm very busy as editor of Chronicler Publishing so I'm using that as an excuse for my writer block!