In a couple hours I’ll be appearing on Rogers TV in Ottawa. Would love to have you join me during one of the airing times or in a couple days on Youtube. I’ll post the link when it comes available. It’s being taped live. Will there be bloopers? Hope not! Should be fun.
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Kathy was born in the United States, which—as her Canadian husband loves to point out—is not her fault. She spent several years in France as a teen and young adult. While there, she learned French double-quick (no one her age spoke English) and met a handsome Canadian. Despite their best efforts, they fell in love, so they opened an atlas and said, “Where do we want to live?” The beautiful Quebec City won. Two decades and three children later, they moved to Montreal, where they still live. Kathy loved reading, but never thought of writing until an English professor said, “I think you could be a good writer if you were willing to work at it.” She wasn’t, but many years later she changed her mind. She’s written drama, humor, reflections and newsletters. Her work has appeared in The Globe and Mail and Christianity Today. The Caves of Fire is her first novel. One day, one of Kathy’s children suggested a genie might pop out of the bathroom sink. The Caves of Fire grew from that thought. What finally popped out, though, wasn’t a genie… and it definitely wasn’t from the sink. They all agree this is much more fun—and gross. She hopes you like it. View all posts by K. Berklund-Pagé