New Release: Last Impressions

Last Impressions, Book Three of the Marnie Baranuik Files, is now available for your Kindle on Amazon (US) and Amazon (UK), and on Barnes & Noble for your Nook. If you're local (Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada) and want to come see me, I'll be signing paperback copies of Last Impressions,...

Lots of exciting news! Firstly, I apologize for being missing for so long. Partly, I was working very hard. Partly, I was struggling with depression. I went on a medication vacation to try and jolt myself into a manic phase but it didn’t work. That doesn’t sound like a very intelligent idea, but at the time, it was an act of desperation. I’m slowly crawling back out of an emotional hole. Secondly, we’ve got release days planned for the next …

Marie says:
So sorry you’ve been fighting depression, my husband has been suffering... more
Genny says:
Hooray new books! Boo, depression! Sorry you’ve struggling with it! more

Dear kitten: I see that you’re auditioning for the part of First Farm Cat, but if you’re going to bring me a mouse, you could at least finish killing it. This is the second one in as many days. No, I truly appreciate the sentiment; you think I’m a big, dumb, hairless cat who doesn’t know how to hunt, so you’re taking care of me. But if you want to take care of me, drag me home a Snickers bar …

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Derek: What’s the plug situation at this cottage? Is it like, plugs and internet, or is it medieval times? Me: It IS medieval times. You can have whatever you want, but YOU MUST BATTLE ME FOR IT, KNAVE. *pulls foam sword* Derek: *unamused blink* No, but seriously? Me: HAVE AT YOU, YOU ROGUE! YOU RAPSCALLION! YOU–other medieval-y thing! Derek: Mom! Is. It. Medieval? Me: Nothing is medieval. You’d have to pay extra if you wanted medieval. Derek: Okay, how about …

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I’ve always maintained that my experience with bipolar disorder has been a blessing. Sure, I spent many of my younger years in hiding, undiagnosed, chemicals raging unchecked through my brain, but those years were spent daydreaming fantastical worlds that I would later put to paper, worlds that I’d be lucky enough to see published for a wider audience. Sure, I juggle restless manic nights with the sucking hollow of depression, but being allowed to experience these extremes offers me insight …

Sharalee Roberts says:
Love this description. Thank you so much for sharing! more
Jan says:
Thankyou for the wonderful words. I will wait more patiently with my own black... more
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