When I was writing my book Camp Follower, I noticed that the moves of my military life seemed always to be “polar” opposites (pun intended) in terms of the type of weather. Calgary in winter to cloudy Germany. Germany to Goose Bay. Anywhere in the dry prairies to anywhere in humid southern Ontario. But in … More Weather or Not
2017 was a wonderful year for me – I finished my first book, and got it published. (Whew, so much said about that in so few words!) Anyway, I also found time in 2017 to take a few trips (Las Vegas, Virginia Beach, Tennessee, to name the tourist spots; Picton and Prince Edward County for … More My 2017 Reading List
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Quotes “You are not from anywhere in particular but you are all a part of the same community.” “You might get itchy to move every couple of years, or, conversely, never want to move ever again.” “You’re very patriotic. You cry at the national anthem anytime, anywhere…You probably touch, even fondle…
In honour of Thanksgiving for our American friends to the south, I’m posting another wonderful picture (by artist Nathan Frechette) from my book. Fellow base brats who lived in Germany may well recognize the scene!
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I’m a Camp Follower. I’m a base brat because my father joined the army. This beautiful illustration by artist Nathan Caro Frechette, can be found, with other wonderful pictures, in my book : “Camp Follower One Army Brat’s Story” by Michele Sabad.
This is the first time saying it, out loud, “I wrote a book!” So far, all I’ve ever said is, “I’m writing a book.” But now it’s done. Finished. Edited. Re-written. Fixed. Proof-read. Done. Ready to print, to sell, to read. My editor will attest : I love mixing my verb tenses. But this time … More I Wrote a Book