Mary W. Walters has published four novels and a collection of short stories – including Rita Just Wants to Be Thin and The Woman Upstairs – and she is co-author (with John A. Aragon) of The Adventures of Don Valiente and the Apache Canyon Kid. She has also published a collection of short stories (Cool).
Mary is a former editor in chief at Lone Pine Publishing, and has worked as awards facilitator at the University of Saskatchewan. She edits academic articles, grant proposals, papers, theses, essays, speeches and blogs. She has created a series of podcasts to assist those who are preparing funding applications in all disciplines, and she is the author of Write an Effective Funding Application: A Guide for Researchers and Scholars (Johns Hopkins University Press).
Visit her website at marywwalters.com
Have a great trip to Italy and Croatia you 2:) Croatia is on my bucket list😉
Okay. We will. 🙂
I’ve totally given up on finding your book. It’s been months,and it hasn’t turned up. My best guess is that our three year old hid it in the recycling. I’m very sorry about this, and would like to read The Adventures of Don Valiente and the Apache Canyon Kid. Is there a digital copy available? I have a Sony ereader and it seems to read PDFs and EPUBs just fine.
I entirely approve of a three-year-old with recycling tendencies. I’ll happily send you either a Kindle or a Kobo version, whichever you prefer. Let me know. You can reach me via email@example.com
You have a good sense of humour – and we’re gold box recyclers in our house, so it’s not surprising. 🙂