NEWS

NEWS & UPDATES OPTIONS

1) Subscribe to the Mark Leslie Newsletter (For Readers) or the Stark Reflections Newsletter (for Authors)

2) Stark Reflections Podcastweekly podcast about the business of writing & publishing.

3) Follow Mark on Twitter or Instagram or check out his YouTube channel or his Author Facebook Page.

NEWSROOM

Forthcoming Appearances

  • Mar13, 2021 – 8:00 PM Eastern. DON’T GO INTO THE WOODS. A Virtual Haunted Campfire with Mark Leslie. Hosted by The Haunted Walk.

8:00PM – 9:00PM EST – Haunted Campfire 9:00PM – 9:30PM EST – Q & A with Guest

Eerie & inexplainable tales from Northern Ontario, isolated spots, and haunted locales! Beyond the safety of our city streetlights, and the flickering of our warm and comforting campfire, the darkness is always waiting. A combination of hair-raising true tales of ghosts, spectres, and other unexplainable phenomenon alongside a pair of tales written specifically to be shared around a campfire. 

Previous appearances, interviews, talks on radio, television, podcasts, publications, etc.

2020

2019

CHCH Morning Live Appearance Talking About Haunted Hospitals – Oct 2017

OLDER MEDIA LINKS/APPEARANCES

A Super Brief History of Publishing. Clip from a keynote given at Writers of the Future in Los Angeles, 2014 (Approx 2 mins)

Reflections on Digital Publishing – Interview Clips from Ontario Writers Conference (2013) -(Approx 4 mins)

“Getting Publishing with Mark Leslie” – (The Writing Show Podcast) 

11 Episodes from Oct 9, 2006 to June 3, 2010 – Following the progress of the early part of the first draft of A CANADIAN WEREWOLF IN NEW YORK

http://www.writingshow.com/articles/reality_shows/indexes/seriesindexML.html

This is an excellent series to listen to if you are a writer who has been struggling to get that first book finished. It might help you see that you’re not the only one who has suffered and struggled. It’s tough and it’s a lot of work, and sometimes it takes a lot of effort to overcome the things that prevent you from finishing that book. (And you can see, in the 4+ years that these episodes span, I found virtually every excuse in the book)