Liz Summerfield, who lied to the South Burnaby Vet hospital in order to have my dog killed during the time the divorce judge was hounding her for bank records, is teaching children arts and crafts. Liz sometimes works at the Place d’es Arts or other community arts locations, and is an instructor at “ARTrageous ART […]
For this years Read an Ebook Week celebration I’m offering 3 of my ebooks at a 50% discount from March 6 to March 12, 2011. “Final Decree. A Dead Dog Divorce” is a story about a thieving wife, Elspith Winters, who loots her and her husbands joint bank accounts. She then convinces her friends her […]
Today I’ve put a new face on my blog by adding a new header and using a new theme. I’ve also added images of my ebooks on the right side of the page, which will link to free samples of my ebooks, including my children’s coloring ebooks which contain both color and black and white […]
The death of all those dogs at Whistler brought back so many painful memories of when Liz Summerfield, my now ex-wife, lied to the South Burnaby Veterinary Clinic and had them kill my dog Punzhu. Killing an animal to speed up a divorce, or for any reason, is never justified. I suppose reliving all my […]
Earlier this year I established a memorial on PETA for Punzhu, my adopted pet who was killed by my wife during our divorce. I visited the PETA site today and found the following message had been posted. *** Katjie Thu, Aug 26, 2010 After reading the story about “Punzhu”, whom had bitten a mailperson “fifteen” […]
The first review of my fiction novel “Final Decree” was posted on Smashwords today and the reviewer had this to say; “A truly enlightening story”. Thanks for the review, and I’m glad you enjoyed my first ebook. You can read the whole review here.
Today I received a comment from someone named “Francis” supporting Liz Summerfield lying and killing an innocent animal. How anyone can support a person killing an innocent animal is beyond me. Perhaps “Francis” needs mental health help. Read comment by “Francis” – with my reply to her in it – and see if you agree […]
It took some time, a couple hours really, to upload my new ebook “Final Decree” to Smashwords when it was only #14 in the queue. I checked the output after going through their meatgrinder process and found a couple of errors, one of which was my own stupidity in that the pictures for “I came…” […]