Hey, I just did my first author interview on TV! As expected, I was nervous. Not as expected, it didn’t last as long as I had prepared for in my head! Also not as expected, I didn’t hate how it turned out. Here’s the link, let me know what you think! ARISE Indie Author’s on … More Daytime Ottawa (Rogers TV Interview)
Most base brats of my time can easily relate to the stories in my book Camp Follower One Army Brat’s Story, and I have appreciated the enthusiastic reviews. I would like now to share, especially with my fellow brats, the following review from a non-brat; I hope it touches you the same way it touched … More Camp Follower : Stories to Share with “Civvies”
I won the Lottery! Just kidding. I didn’t. In fact, no one did. Again. Most Saturday mornings there is a little clip running on the newsfeed on the bottom of the TV screen on the CBC or CTV news channel: “No winning ticket for last night’s $50M LottoMax draw.” Then later in the week, we … More I Won the Lottery!
In my “olden days” time of growing up an army kid, then becoming an Air Force wife and mother, I never had access that I knew of to family resources, much less any kind of organized appreciation for my role as the “follower” of my military father’s then husband’s career. Sure, we had the base … More Canadian Military Family Magazine : A Resource
Author Michele Sabad answers your questions: What motivated & inspired you to publish independently? I’ve always been a reader, but in retirement, I took up writing: shorts at first, until one day I realized I had finished a book. Camp Follower One Army Brat’s Story is a memoir about the military influences in my life: … More Author Interview : Michele Sabad
Originially published on kobowritinglife.com, May 14, 2018: We define ourselves in various ways, depending on time, mood, inclination. Many of our identities are stable throughout life. I am a woman. I am a forever army brat. I am a reader. I am an athlete. Other roles become part of us over time, growing and evolving … More Kobo Writing Life Featured Blog
As a former Army brat, then Air Force wife, I was often accused in my “real world” working-mom-life of being overly-regimented, organized, scheduled. Always on time. Planned ahead. Herder of cats. True, I did pride myself on always having a plan, goals, methods and procedures. I could look ahead to consequences. Was this the result … More Retirement : Lessons in Progress