Paul Cavanagh burst onto the international literary scene when he was crowned the world’s first Lit Idol at the London International Book Fair. The novel that won him the title, After Helen, was published by HarperCollinsCanada to glowing reviews. His deft touch for depicting the many facets of grief and the struggle to find reconciliation comes in no small part from working for more than 25 years in health care. He developed his literary talents at the Humber School for Writers and the University of Western Ontario. He currently lives in London, Ontario.
Inspired by an urban myth about Ernest Hemingway, I’m inviting you to write a tiny story and share it with me. I’ll display my favourites (with full credit to their authors) when I appear at Chapters bookstore, 1037 Wellington Road, … Continue reading →
Although my second novel, Missing Steps, was only just published, I’m already well into writing my third. It goes by the working title Perfidious. It’s about a home care nurse who must decide whether to let her father, a philandering … Continue reading →
What’s better than a party? Why, a party with a cause, of course. To celebrate the launch of my second novel, Missing Steps, I’m holding a celebration at the YOU Made It Cafe in this London (Ontario, that is). Come … Continue reading →
Many people offered their opinions on the four cover design options for my next novel, Missing Steps. In the end, one option clearly rose to the top. If you haven’t already done so, help support book production costs by visiting … Continue reading →
The Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for my second novel, Missing Steps, is just humming. Thanks to several generous contributors, we’re already halfway to the $2,500 target. Make a pledge if you haven’t yet. Perks include advance release paperbacks, autographed copies, and special … Continue reading →