The past several months have been an exciting whirlwind of activity. First of all, The Invisible Injured has received an Amazon.ca bestseller tag three times over the past few months and has more than exceeded all my expectations. It’s been so great to see how many Canadians from all ages and backgrounds are interested in veterans’ issues and the story
It’s been a busy few months since my last update. Most importantly, my first book, The Invisible Injured, was reviewed in the Globe and Mail alongside John Conrad’s great book, Among the Walking Wounded. The review was very positive and I was thrilled to be featured in Canada’s largest nationally circulated paper! I’ve also been invited to give a talk
Had a great time at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Toronto from May 26 to June 1. I also had a chance to speak about The Invisible Injured at the annual gala dinner of the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine during their book launch. My publisher also sold several copies of the book. All
The Invisible Injured is officially out! The book represents not just years of hard work, but (I believe) also a good cause. Veterans, especially of the post-Cold War era, are often forgotten about in our daily lives. Whether you agree with the wars or peacekeeping operations they participated in, it is our country’s duty to ensure they are taken care
Hi everyone, I will be presenting at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2017, at Ryerson University in Toronto. If you happen to be going, feel free to say hello at anytime if we run into each other, even if we haven’t met before! I will also be launching my book, The Invisible Injured, there, too.