What's new with the Goblin
Running on Moonlight is available as a print book from Lulu and Amazon.
Itís also easy to download as an eBook from Kobo and Chapters/Indigo.
About Running on Moonlight ....
When Jessie and her friend Pete
sneak into August Erasmusís lab, they mean to rescue his abused
animals. Instead they find a boy in a cage. Thereís only one thing
to do: they set him free, and Jessie promises to hide him in her own
The strange, pale boy is Augustís
son, Lucan. He knows heís strange. He canít bear the sun, sleeps by
day, bursts with energy by night, and can only digest raw blood.
Like August, he has the family disease: nothing sinister about it,
But sinister does describe Augustís
lizard-like hounds, and the grey-faced servant who haunts Jessieís
her parentsí death.
None of it matters when she runs
with Lucan under the moon. Her senses sharpen. Energy sizzles
through her body. But deep down, a terrible hunger grows. She
recalls how her blood mixed with Lucanís during the escape, when
their cut hands clasped.
Lucan finally confronts August, but
who wins? And Jessie, fighting to stay human, has only Peteís brave
loyalty and her own new, untested powers to pit against the oldest,
deadliest enemy of all.
Running on Moonlight is a
Goblin Postman Chiller.
Lulu ISBN: 978-0-9917814-3-0
Why a Goblin Postman?
I write books for kids. By kids I
mean children, tweens, young adults, and anyone of any age who
enjoys a good story.
I write what I love to read: stories
of adventure, mystery, suspense, and fantasy. Stories about ordinary
people who get mixed up in extraordinary trouble.
Stories, magical and haunting and
sometimes bizarre, stories that creep into your imagination and your
dreams ó like mail delivered by the Goblin Postman.
Updated April 3, 2013
Book news and awards
Maze, my first English-language novel, was published
by Thistledown Press in 1997. It was shortlisted for the 1998 CLA
Young Adult Book Award.
Bone Flute was published by Orca Book
Publishers in 2004 and was nominated for the 2006 Ontario
Library Association Silver Birch Award, as well as for the
2007 Red Cedar Award. It was also named one of the OLA's "Best
Bets" for Canadian children's books published in 2004.
other mystery/paranormal novels have been published in German by Cora Verlag of Hamburg, Germany.
Chimpanzee Rescue, a non-fiction book (Firefly Books 2004) won
2004 ASPCA Henry Bergh Childrenís Book Honor award.
Where to find my
Most are available, in print or as
ebooks, or both, through Amazon, Kobo, Lulu, or Chapters, as well as in regular
bookstores such as Words Worth Books in Waterloo,
You can also find many in your local
Send me mail!
Or write to me at 99 Krug Street,
Kitchener, Ontario N2H 2X8, Canada