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B. J. Thompson was born in 1964, in the lake country district of southern Ontario, Canada, to an RCMP Constable Father and Industrial Accountant Mother, an only child, who grew up very Anglo-Saxon, very Northern Irish. Funeral Wakes were like Olympic events, her first one at age three; hence, Death and the Past seem to be recurring themes throughout her works and blogs;

2nd Official Tate-LaBianca Murders Blog 
Burb's Buck & Buntline Inn
 

B.J. went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Language Arts with post-graduate work in Public Relations and Marketing, primarily working in the Travel and Broadcasting sectors. Retired now, she does free-lance editing, leads a avant-garde writers group likened after the 1920's Paris Montparnasse District style and continues to write literary novels centring on edgy, rather taboo topics.

What drives her is Creative Non-Fiction or rather the Trumanesque "Non-Fiction Novel" approach; whereby, real history - iconic persons, long-held ideals and/or milestone events in the Past - are tweaked and warped ever so slightly to reveal an answer to a long-held mystery or a societal question, folding in fictional characters and locales to colour the story and give it a rich feel, a more vibrant atmosphere, to make alive the fantasy within the reality.

B.J. is not pop-cultural nor commercial in her approach to her life or her author work, she certainly walks to the beat of a different drummer, but the noise she makes is lasting; the ripple effect, or shall we say the "tremor", long felt.

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B J's Bookshelf...

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
The Hobbit
Sessions
The Joy Luck Club
All the King's Men
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Mansfield Park
Faust: First Part
The Catcher in the Rye
Islands in the Stream
And the Sea Will Tell
Animal Farm
Charlotte's Web
Sophie's Choice
Angela's Ashes
Memoirs of a Geisha
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
The Secret Man: The Story of Watergate's Deep Throat
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
The Hunt for Red October


B. J. Thomspon's favorite books »

B J's Literary Heros ~ Ernest Hemingway ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald ~ James A. Michener ~ Herman Wouk ~ James Jones ~ Vincent Bugliosi

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