For a month that started with Winter in Canada still sending snow flurries – (bizarre sight to awaken to – condo landscaping efforts begun; overnight sprinklers in freezing temps turning leafless shrubs into gorgeous morning sunlit icicle clumps) – May is ending with a heat wave and signs of life for this author. Yes, I’m … More May 2020: Back to Living
May 24. My birthday. I needn’t count them anymore; I don’t anticipate presents or cake or a party, but I still like my day. Something about feeling like a kid again. Such a beautiful time of year – I may be biased, but the weather always feels perfect on this day. The smell of … More Birthday Post, “First We Eat” Excerpt
April 1 today, a new month. How to describe March 2020? It started as expected, as planned for – an exciting month! Daughter-in-law Janna was in town from out west for a short visit. My new book was edited in January, and in February it was getting illustrations and cover art finished and finally it … More My First Covid19 Month
It’s a process. But I’m still going to enjoy the journey! Today, (yesterday really, or maybe Monday?) Hey, early March, 2020. My second book, a sister companion to my first, Camp Follower One Army Brat’s Story by Michele Sabad, is PUBLISHED. On Amazon, only in ebook format for the moment (I said, it’s a process), … More First We Eat : Publication News
It’s here! Book 2, First We Eat. Food, Life, and More Stories from Michele Sabad, author of Camp Follower One Army Brat’s Story. Available on Amazon in March 2020, and in as many Indigo and independent bookstores as this author can handle. Follow for more news about signings and locations.
“If you grew up in the 1960s or 1970s on Canadian military bases, then maybe joined up yourself or became a military spouse, I know a few things about you…[ One thing I know]…you’re very patriotic.” This quote from the introduction to the book Camp Follower One Army Brat’s Story by Michele Sabad was never … More Election Day
Not too many readers or writers I know aren’t affected/excited by September. It’s a month of renewal, not unlike January to start the new calendar year, or May, to end the long Canadian winter and start the summer (and is my birthday month). But September is great for more than the weather – it is … More New Season, New Project, Title Reveal