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NOTICE BOARD: COVER AND FALL CATALOGUE COPY, FINDING HOME IN THE PROMISED LAND

SEPTEMBER RELEASE UPDATE: Finding Home in the Promised Land: A Personal History of Homelessness and Social Exile is the fruit of Jane Harris’s journey through the wilderness of social exile after a violent crime left her injured and tumbling down the social ladder toward homelessness –for the second time in her life—in 2013. 270 more words

Alberta Authors

Mystery Book to Tantalize You

The owner of our local bookstore is after me to finish writing my book! She said that people have been asking her if it’s out yet. 182 more words

Amber Harvey

Book Review: Up and Down (Terry Fallis)

With Up and Down, Terry Fallis continues his foray into the Canadian political and public relations machines and the absurdities that can arise when colourful personalities are placed in high pressure situations. 216 more words

Canadian Authors

Bearing the Unbearable Truth

 http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2015/02/28/abducted-boys-from-south-sudan-number-in-the-hundreds.html#

The novel I’m working on, Magda’s Mysterious Stranger, addresses this horrendous issue of child soldiers. My heart aches for these kids.

Magda and her friends, Brent, Jo, Shauna, and Rowan, encounter a man that has a lot of anger and behaves suspiciously. 70 more words

Amber Harvey

My Author Website

My third book Finding Home in the Promised Land, a personal history of homelessness and social exile in Canada (J. Gordon Shillingford)  will hit the bookstores in a few months. 15 more words

Jane Harris-zsovan

Symbol, Status, and Personality

So excited about this book by Canadian professor (and politician) S. I. Hayawaka.

My friend messaged it to me saying it’s about semantics and very well-written. 21 more words

Canadian Authors