Wow! I’m in OT Now!

This just out: the latest issue of Occupational Therapy Now, The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists’ national magazine, in which there’s a piece I wrote about my memoir, Ready to Come About (Dundurn Press). My story, at its core, explores the concepts of autonomy and self-determination, values central to the profession.

You can see the piece by clicking on the download below.

Book launch anniversary, one year today …

June 6, 2019 … A beautiful spring evening, a capacity crowd; family, friends, fellow-writers, classmates (from 40 years ago and before!), sailors (Waupoos B-dock), non-sailors, people I met for the very first time … to celebrate the launch my memoir, Ready to Come About (Dundurn Press). What a night! It couldn’t have been a more perfect start a book’s life!

The Bookshelf, Guelph
Chalk drawing by Emilyn and John
Fantastic music by Emilyn, John and Nathan
Set Sail by Nathan Smith

Here is just a small sample of what Ready to Come About has been up to since:

Thank you all for your continuing support of me and my writing.