Author Archives: Caro Soles

About Caro Soles

Writer in several genres, lover of dachshunds and opera, with some ballet thrown in for good measure. I founded the Bloody Words Mystery Conference, which ran for 14 years as well as the Bony Blithe Award for Canadian Light Mysteries, but that, too, has come to an end. My latest novel is The River District, a look at the seamy side of Merculian.

GOOD FRIDAY MEMORIES

I started thinking about how things have changed this morning when I noticed people  wishing each other Happy Easter. But it’s Good Friday, I said to myself crossly. And it’s 2017, I added. Tempus fugit. And everything changes. In my memories, … Continue reading

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New Blurb

“In 1916, New York City quivered on the brink of the modern era. With elegant prose and exquisite period detail, Caro Soles transports the reader back to that complex world, weaving a subtle, utterly enchanting story of betrayal and murder … Continue reading

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Henry Hound: getting on

We are not sure how old Henry might be, but one thing we know. He is getting on! We were told he was either 6, 7, or maybe 4 when we adopted him from Canadian Dachshund Rescue but the time … Continue reading

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Something In The Air

It seems that Nijinsky is in the air these days! The Ballet Nijinsky is coming up this season at the Four Seasons Centre and I am really looking forward to it even though I have seen it three times. It is … Continue reading

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At Last!

I am very excited to  have a new novel out there in book-land! So far it is the ebook edition, but it’s the same story, same cover, and much easier to pack in your handy dandy e-reader. This is my … Continue reading

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2017 A New Year

 A New Book coming out…And it’s about time! These last few years have been all about the birthing of the wonderful anthology nEvermore!, but now it’s about time to get back to my own writing. Off and on over the … Continue reading

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The Operation

I love watching hospital shows on TV. There I’ve admitted it. Somehow watching all these other people writhing around with exotic ailments while frantic doctors and nurses rush about doing very complicated things is soothing to me. Perhaps it is … Continue reading

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The Hot New Thing

 According to the writers Union magazine Write, , the hot new thing in New York City is reading parties. Silent reading parties. People come, bring your book, select a nice comfy chair, and read in silence for three hours. No … Continue reading

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Summertime

Are we there yet? Henry loves the cottage and knows when we are getting close! In my opinion, even dogs need a break from city living, time to smell fresh air, really look around us, watch the small things, listen … Continue reading

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Writing Classes: Holy Grail or Fool’s Gold?

The only way to learn how to write is to plunk oneself on a chair and start typing. What happens next will show whether or not you have what it takes. Or what happens next will be, in the vernacular, … Continue reading

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