Posts Tagged ‘suspense’

Visit Osgoode Hall, Toronto, Scene of The Osgoode Trilogy

Friday, December 19th, 2008

Osgoode Hall is a beautiful building in downtown Toronto, where the Ontario Appellate Court is located. When I began practising law in 1973, I can tell you that this was a very imposing building to all young lawyers. In fact the Law Society of Upper Canada was also housed there and that body oversaw the conduct of practising lawyers. And so, it is from that fact that I got the name of the first novel in The Osgoode Trilogy Conduct in Question.

Engraving by Walter R. Duff

If you would like a full tour visit

Osgoode Hall

Engraving by Walter R. Duff

Chapter 4, of A Trial of One

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

Hello Everyone

Be sure to come back tomorrow, Friday August 1, when I’ll post Chapter 4, of A Trial of One

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

THE WRITER’S VOICE by Mary E. Martin

Sometimes critics speak of a writer’s voice. But what do they mean?  I think of it as a goal to be achieved on a very long road. It’s that uniquely personal “way” you have of expressing yourself to the world in word and thought-the sum total of yourself as a human being. You might say it’s the Holy Grail of writing.

But how and when do you find your voice? (more…)

BOOK SIGNING BY MARY E. MARTIN on Sunday, May 18th, 2-4pm

Monday, May 12th, 2008