Check out this amazing FIVE star review by Joyce Nwaogazie! This novel takes readers on a fast-paced journey through various locations, from Hong Kong to mainland China and New York City, as the RCMP and FBI work to thwart the
My friend Gary McGugan, and I were having lunch and discussing books and things. Gary is a member of the Writers Community of York Region, and suggested I join them for their open house on Sunday, September 24th. The open house
Tools of convenience come in many forms. I once saw a crow use a twig to wiggle a bug out of a tree. I think survival cultivates intuitive behaviour. If the bird was ambitious, it could have also used the twig for its nest.
With access to Artificial Intelligence, a synergetic opportunity presents itself. Should we embrace it or fear it? Yes and no.
Recently Hollywood writers and actors went on strike over AI-generated content. It is front and foremost in the fight about copyright and creativity.
Writers everywhere are resisting. An open letter from the Authors Guild in the United States with over 10,000 signatures made headlines. Australian Authors have also made their own voices heard.
If you are going on an extended vacation or taking a break, whether indoors or on a beach, don’t forget to bring a good book to keep you company. I thought it quaint to embark on such an escapade and
by Peter Pontsa In the early years of my career as a registered dental technician in Ontario, our association published the ARDT Journal, a newsletter specifically for the Association of Registered Dental Technicians. The very first article I had ever
Recently I was invited to write an article, Lured to Crime Writing for The Relatable Voice Magazine’s Anniversary Issue. Click here on the link below to read my article. There are some terrific articles in this magazine by some great
It was a terrific experience being on the￼ Corner Bookstore by USA Global TV & Radio. Thank you to cohosts Dr. Jacalyn Kerbeck and Red O’Laughlin. Check out the interview here! Contact Peter Thomas Pontsa here
It’s been a few weeks since the Toronto International Festival of Authors held its MOTIVE event at the Harbourfront Centre from June 2nd to 4th. I volunteered to coordinate the Crime Writers of Canada’s participation in the 2nd Motive Crime
Thus far it’s been a rainy and cold May, with few chances to get out to enjoy a tour in the convertible. Fortunately, yesterday was sunny and warm so I had a beautiful drive in the Aston martin db9. I
Mark June 2 to 4 on your calendars for the MOTIVE Crime & Mystery Festival. This spotlight on crime and mystery writing is part of the Toronto International Festival of Authors, and will take place at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre!