Kerrie Mills

Call me Ishmael. Well, OK, you can also call me Kerrie. Fewer harpoons that way, anyhow. Card-carrying member of GenX. After years of working that out in the big city, have decided to slow the pace down a bit and relocate in Burlington, Ontario, just outside Niagara wine country. Two cats, one mom, one decent admin job that feeds the cats and mom and incidentally caters to my chocolate fetish... ...But what I really want to do is write. Actually managed to get published once or twice , which only encouraged the habit further. Have no idea what's going to happen now, but am looking hugely forward to the journey anyway.

Black Like Me: The 50th Anniversary Edition by John Howard Griffin

The Ever-Changing Story of Us: ‘A Brief History of Diaries: From Pepys to Blogs’

The Best American Travel Writing 2011, by Sloane Crosley (ed.)

The Most Reluctant Spy: Sky One’s ‘Spy’

PJ O’Rourke Takes a Holiday from Relevance in ‘Holidays in Heck’

Horrible Histories: Or, How Children’s TV Grew Up in a Hurry

Playwriting for Dummies: When What You Really Want to Do Is Direct

I Don’t Have a Grudge Against Your Airline, Miss, I Just Have a Grudge: ‘Skyjack’

From the Escapist Thriller Standpoint, ‘Hot, Shot and Bothered’ Has a Lot Going for It

‘All the King’s Cooks’ Deliciously Illustrates: No Matter Who’s King, the Bread Must Rise Properly

Jeff Guinn’s ‘The Last Gunfight’ Is Better than ‘Cowboys and Aliens’ by a Long Shot

‘Furious Love’: Liz & Dick: Full of Sound & Fury… Signifying Not a Whole Lot