Fellow Canadian author Ed Seaward has recently published a piece on Ken Ogilvie, profiling his career and their friendship over many years. Read it now here, and…
I’ve just read a very good blog post by CJ Shane on book reviews. I have a solid number of ratings and reviews (more than 200 for my first book Her Dark Path and more than 60 for Hound). I often get asked by people what to say in a review and I’m reluctant to give any guidance so as not to bias their comments. What I want more than anything are honest and insightful comments (positive or negative — the negative ones are helpful with improving subsequent books, even if hurtful at times).
Read CJ’s article here.
An article in BrantfordToday with highlights from the Crime Writers of Canada discussion amongst chair Judy Penz Sheluk, Ken Ogilvie, John Worsley Simpson, and Lorna Poplak. Read it here!
Online news and information site BradfordToday has published am item on the upcoming Crime Writers of Canada event in Bradford, ON featuring Ken Ogilvie as well as fellow CWC authors Judy Penz Sheluk, Lorna Poplak and John Worsley Simpson. Check it out here!
Ken Ogilvie will be appearing with fellow Crime Writers of Canada authors Lorna Poplak, Judy Penz Sheluk, and John Worsley Simpson at the Bradford West Gwillumbury Public Library on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 10 AM to 12 PM. Please note: this event is free, but pre-registration is recommended. Please contact Judy Penz Sheluk [firstname.lastname@example.org] to register.
Set a reminder! The official book launch for Hound will be held at the Sleuth of Baker Street on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 from 2-4 PM. The Sleuth of Baker Street is located in the Leaside area of Toronto at 907 Millwood Road. For detailed directions from just about anywhere, visit the FAQ on their website. […]
Book Two in the Rebecca Bradley detective series has finally arrived! HOUND is now available online worldwide in paperback and Kindle formats. The Joffe Books Facebook launch party will be held on [click for more]
David Israelson has written an interesting article about retirement for the Globe and Mail. Ken Ogilvie is interviewed, along with others. Read it here!
Interview by Arlene McCarthy. Originally featured in the February 2018 edition of Crime Scene, the newsletter for Sisters in Crime Toronto. Her Dark Path is Ken Ogilvie’s first published novel. Before taking up mystery writing, Ken worked in a variety of roles in the field of environmental policy, including positions with three governments (Federal, Manitoba […]