Death in l'Acadie: a Kesk8a story is available at local bookstores and through Amazon.com. The e-book is available almost everywhere.
Abundant thanks go to: Phyllis Bohonis, Lyse Coté, Evelyn Crete, Albert Dumont, Warren Guidry, Grandfather Joe, Suzanne Keeptwo, Bill McKay, Sue Pictou, Joanne Samson, Christopher Snowboy, Marcel St-Amand, The Native Learning Circle (Ottawa), Joe Wilmot.
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What's Kesk8a #2 about?
"1694 Port Royal. Ordinary life is disrupted when a beautiful
dark-skinned stranger floats in from the Big Bay in a dug-out. She is followed
by three self-called slave hunters from Acadia’s enemy, New England.
"The village drunk knows one of these 'slave hunters' all too
well: the man kidnapped his little sister years earlier, abandoning her at the
docks of Boston Harbor. Keskoua, Keskoua’s love-smitten brother, the mysterious
stranger, a man with suspicious motives, and the drunk band together to plan a
sea voyage on an unblessed, unnamed (so cursed) ship to find the drunk’s sister and rescue the
stranger’s daughter from slavery."
- Four more in the series to write after that. She's working on Book 3, Trapped in l'Acadie and hopes to have it available late spring 2017.
- Some more poetry. She's aiming for a chapbook of erotic poetry for the over 70s. Seriously! ha
- A few more screenplays are screaming to get out of her head, too "... knocking, scratching, clawing at the edges of her sanity ..."
She says her plan is to outlive her great great grandmother who died at 103 but says she might have to ask for an extension.