Author Archives: Michelle Proulx

About Michelle Proulx

Hi. I'm Michelle. I love sappy romances and space operas, so I wrote a book about them. It's fairly ridiculous, and involves alien abduction, a heart-throb mercenary prince, laser guns, six-armed lizard men with a curious predilection for the colour blue, and an out-of-her-depth high school girl trying to find her way back home. It's awesome. You should read it. I am also very fond of bacon and cheesecake, although not at the same time.

LWS member Ernie Briginshaw releases new book — The Legacy

We’re pleased to announce that LWS member Ernie Briginshaw has released his second novel — The Legacy. Life is pretty good for the Baxter boys. Eric Baxter is a recent college graduate starting his career in financial planning. His younger brother … Continue reading

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London Authors Book Fair – Coming Fall 2014!

One of our intrepid members has been instrumental in setting up the first annual London Authors Book Fair, which will feature self-published authors from across London. Check out the details below! Notes from the MEETING WITH LIBRARY STAFF RE: LONDON … Continue reading

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LWS member Jodie Renner wins 2 awards for her writing guide!

LWS member Jodie Renner has won two awards to date for her Editor’s Guide to Writing Compelling Fiction, Style That Sizzles & Pacing for Power (soon to be renamed Fire up Your Fiction). Jodie’s Style That Sizzles (Fire up Your … Continue reading

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LWS member publishes his first book!

We’re pleased to announce that one of our members, Ernie Briginshaw, has published his first novel! Below are the cover and the synopsis: Henry Shaw leads a relatively quiet life trying to balance his work at a growing law firm … Continue reading

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NaNo Day 10 — How’s everyone doing?

We’re officially up to Day 10 of NaNoWriMo 2013, which means that — if you’re keeping up to date on your word count — you should be at approximately 16,670 words. Now, don’t despair if you haven’t made it quite … Continue reading

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