Elaine Cougler

About me

Author of The Loyalist’s Wife and its sequel, The Loyalist’s Luck, released in fall, 2014, Elaine Cougler is a lifelong reader of historical fiction. A retired teacher and descendant of Loyalists, she spends her time writing, reading and researching, with the occasional trip to far-off places sweetening her days.

From my website

Why Are So Many New College Graduates Such Bad Writers?

Today’s post is reblogged from a post by Jeff Selingo, New York Times bestselling author, Washington Post columnist, higher education strategist, LinkedIn Top 10 Influencer, on August 11, 2017. Let’s jump right in: Jeff Selingo A few months ago I was having breakfast in downtown Washington. I couldn’t help but overhear…

Behind the Books: 10 Things Authors Must Do To Survive

Behind all those books on store shelves, library databases, home libraries, audio devices, and e-book formats are a zillion authors churning out words in wonderful medleys for your reading and listening pleasure. And we love it. Most of us never reach the big time but we love the writing itself.…

Traitor’s Knot and Our Canadian Story: It Started With a Dream

This is an exciting summer in so many ways. We Canadians are celebrating Canada 150 and Cryssa Bazos’ Traitor’s Knot has launched to wonderful acclaim. Today Cryssa is my guest author and her intriguing post follows. Welcome, Cryssa. Good luck with the wonderful Traitor’s Knot. The Hudson’s Bay Company –…

 
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