It’s 2019 – A New Year with Intention

I’ve just added René Beauchemin’s books to Retired Eagle Books. His three novels add a different dimension to the available titles from Amazon and Draft2Digital platforms. I have two other authors, one for fiction and a second for poetry getting ready to submit their works to Retired Eagle Books for publishing. Since I last wrote, […]

Publishing Symposium in Saskatoon

Tomorrow I will be attending a Publishing Symposium put on by the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild. The event is to happen at the Western Development Museum in the afternoon. The SWG describe the event below: The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild and SaskBooks are partnering to offer writers and publishers a chance to learn about how to sell […]

Through a Jungian Lens: Tunnel Vision

The second book in the series, “Through a Jungian Lens,” is a photographic and poetic journey through the prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada. The unique form of photography found in this book was the result of a “happy accident” or “synchronicity” as it is called in Jungian psychology.  While working on the first book of the […]

Through a Jungian Lens: Swamplands and Soul

The first book in the series called “Through a Jungian Lens” is called “Swamplands and Soul.”  The book’s photography features the swamplands of the Yucatan province in Mexico, in the area next to a small fishing village called Puerto Chuburná.  The text is oriented to Jungian psychology with a blend of both prose and poetry.  […]