Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Maas-ive book hangover!

What an absolutely awesome time!!! 

I'm finally able to do a quick update re the Sarah J Maas signing that we (me and Aphonic Sarah) attended on May 21st at Indigo Sherway (Etobicoke, ON).

I don't think I will ever forget this. It's been an absolutely AMAZING experience - one I will definitely cherish.


Monday, 22 May 2017

What a weekend.

I'm just posting a quick post as I am wrapping up the Sarah J Maas signing at the Indigo at Sherway Gardens - Etobicoke, ON.

WHAT A WEEKEND! I'm still suffering from book mania hangover. It's been amazing.

I have a few ideas I am working on going forward with the blog - and I hope to implement these sooner than later.

See you on the flip side,

The Baron

Sunday, 21 May 2017

Dedication or insanity?

We have been out in line since 330am for a chance to meet Sarah J Maas. It's almost 6am and we have maybe 50 to 75 people in line. Absolutely fantastic...

Just a quick snippet.

Talk soon on the flipside
The Baron

Sunday, 2 April 2017


Hey folks,

It's been a crazy long time since I last posted - and I've been crazily busy with work and getting things back into order.

Hope to be blogging again soon -- so far I've been reading:

Strange The Dreamer -  Laini Taylor
A Crown Of Wishes -  Roshani Chokshi
Defy The Stars - Claudia Gray

We all know April/May comes very crazy for book releases but we're trudging along slowly but surely :)
See you on the flip side,
The Baron

Happy World Autism Awareness Day!!! 

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

New Year's Rezzy

 Dusting out the virtual cobwebs of my blog..

It's been way too long since I posted something to my blog - and I am WELL overdue...  The last remaining months of 2016 have been hectic and crazy work and personal life wise, and I am slowly readjusting to a normal schedule and lifestyle.

I hope to be a bit more active on the blog with YA issues and mental health / autism awareness / life as an Aspie as time goes. I've got a few things up my virtual sleeve so to say.

I guess one step at a time - I'm still relatively new at this blogging thing :-P

 See you on the flip side,
The Baron

Wednesday, 9 November 2016


It's currently 3:09am and the President of the United States of America has been elected. I'm beyond speechless.  All I can offer are virtual hugs and a lending ear to any of my readers who require it. That I promise.

In a few short hours I am off to the hospital for an MRI due to constant jaw pain on my right side. Hopefully it is nothing serious. I vow to update as soon as I get results.

See you on the flip side,
Always and forever, The Baron.

Sunday, 4 September 2016

Rollin' on down the highway!

I thought I'd drift off a bit from the book blogging for a session..

I've moved around a few times and finally realised what it finally feels to be in an area where I can proudly say I can set my feet and call "home".

Moving across New Brunswick first for University then for work turned out like an extension of moving well.. same old, same old.

I learned that I am not a huge city person, I never got adjusted well to Ottawa because it's too political and reminded me A LOT about Fredericton, NB (my university town.) 

Windsor, ON has its charms but I found it way too sleepy and boring for my taste.  It also did not help that I lived in a small community 45 minutes away and had to commute for work almost daily.  That really did not help for my social life.

Moving forward to Kitchener, ON, as soon as I settled here I felt that home town feel.  I'm close enough to the Toronto area without going overly crazy, my commute to work is pretty much a laugh - I am close to ALL amenities.  I really cannot complain on that end.

I've been here since April and I feel like I am home. I think it's one of those cities where I can lay some roots.  I'm meeting friends and having a great time growing my network in the autism community and in the book / authorship community and these are opportunities that I would have had a hard time to acquire living in a smaller market in New Brunswick.

Don't get me wrong, I'll never forget my roots and where I am from, but even going to this day - I still do not regret my actions and am thankful for the opportunity I am given.

Has anyone felt this way?