Myrna lives with her husband in a log cabin in Denare Beach, Saskatchewan, and divides each year among the Canadian shield, a large family, and the magnificence of Mexico. She has a life-long love of nature, travel and history that fills her writing. A regular writer for North Roots magazine, she is also working on two novels. An excerpt from one of them was published in 2014 in The Mazatlan Review, a small publication featuring writers from the Mazatlan, Mexico Writers’ Group.
When Myrna began traveling — by foot, canoe and airplane — through the Canadian Shield, she realized the vastness and beauty of the area where she was born and lived. She wanted to share it, especially with the children of her seven daughters and two step-children. Soon, she wanted to tell the world — young and old — about the best place on earth to be — in the Canadian Shield where she finds adventure, tranquility, and unmatched beauty.
Myrna’s picture book, The Canadian Shield Alphabet, is available as of October 2008.
Visit Myrna at The Saskatchewan Writers Guild.
Contact Myrna at firstname.lastname@example.org .