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From The Project Gutenberg ebook of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter.

“There is something quite delicious about writing the first words of a story. You never quite know where they’ll take you.” ~ Beatrix Potter

I’ve always loved that quote . . . as a writer and as a reader. It is, after all, the most wonderful thing about books: how they transport us to countless other places and times. Through the experiences of fictional people that we come to know as well as (or sometimes better than!) our nearest and dearest, we joke and laugh, grieve and heal, say good-bye and fall in love—and have a million other adventures. Doing all this within stories we read helps us to be able to do it in our real lives too. It’s also just pure fun! 🙂

And speaking of fun, while you’re reading this note, I’m traveling by car and plane, visiting family scattered across the huge province of British Columbia. I’m also exploring the world vicariously via a good book every chance I get.

I hope you’re doing the same, and if you’re craving a romantic getaway adventure, give my cozy River’s Sigh B & B series a try.

 

 

 

 

 

Until I write again . . . happy travels, inside the pages of a book and out!

Betty Smith quotation.

 

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Ev Bishop lives and writes in a remote small town in wildly beautiful British Columbia, Canada—a place that inspires the setting for her cozy sweet romance series, RIVER’S SIGH B & B.

Ev also writes and publishes under the pen name Toni Sheridan.

In addition to writing novels—her favorite form of storytelling!—Ev is a long-time columnist with the Terrace Standard and a prolific scribbler of articles, essays, short stories and poems. To see her ever growing body of work, please visit her website.

When Ev’s nose isn’t in a book or her fingers aren’t on her keyboard, you’ll find her hanging out with her family and dogs, or playing outside with friends, usually at the lake or in some garden somewhere.

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