Hello lovely readers, 2015 was a great year for Literally, Katrina – thank you so much for reading my posts and listening to my podcast! The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared … Continue reading 2015 in review
Hello listeners! On this week’s episode, I chat with an amazing group of fellow classmates about the writing process and what it’s like to be a first-time author. I also … Continue reading Episode 7: panel time!
Hello listeners, Episode 5 is here! In today’s episode, I chat with lovely Winnipeg author and actor Anita Daher about her book Wonder Horse, out this past spring (it’s precious). … Continue reading Episode 5: The power of storytelling
Hi all, Journaling is this neat little therapeutic exercise some people partake in on a regular basis – it helps them process complicated situations and complex feelings, solve problems, interpret … Continue reading Everyday I’m Journalin’
Hello listeners! There are lots of exciting things in store for you in Episode 2! We start off with a recap of the Thin Air, the Winnipeg International Writer’s Festival (I hope … Continue reading Episode 2: Poetic Storytelling
Hello readers, Welcome back! I took a bit of break from writing over the holidays to take full advantage of my time off, and it was blissful. I did a … Continue reading New Year, New Books!
Hello readers! I hope you are all enjoying this holiday season with friends, family, and good food! As we say goodbye to 2014 and welcome in a brand new year, I … Continue reading Anne of Green Gables and other pretty things
How the Hunger Games is transcending into the everyday… Hello readers! Last Saturday, my friend Kaeri and I embarked on our annual Christmas shopping adventure. It’s something we have been doing … Continue reading The Mockingjay Effect
Hello readers! Because I am still working my way through The Goldfinch, I thought I would tell you a little bit about the 2014 Goodreads Choice Awards. I found out about … Continue reading Goodreads Choice Awards 2014
Okay so I know I had an autumn reading list and I know I was supposed to read something light and fun after The Storyteller, which was really well-written and … Continue reading Gone Girl