Books

A home for the holidays...and every day

Local author Donna White felt “rescued” when she adopted her 2 dogs, Nip and Tuck, so in November 2020, she began volunteering for Paws for Love Dog Rescue.

A chat with author Marianne Jones

It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words, but what if some of those words are set in stone?

Global storytelling Jamaican style

Storytelling has been in Annette Pateman’s family for generations. In fact, you could say it’s in her blood.

Bright fantasy for a dark world

Tucked away in a rural home in Slate River, a young author busily plots her next novel.

If tenderness be gold

“Writing a novel as opposed to writing for a live audience is a very different kettle of fish,” says playwright-turned-novelist Eleanor Albanese.

Snapshots of Water and Memory

The lake, the trees, the island, the sky. Every morning on the shores of Lake Superior, Marion Agnew snaps a picture of the scene outside her window.

Local author Diana Sare

One of my favourite things to do is to read with my grandchildren. And this is exactly what I did recently while I was visiting with my son’s family.

Writing what you love

In 1967, Alan Wade borrowed $100 from his grandmother, packed up his ’64 Austin and made the move from Welland, Ontario to Fort William for a history teaching job at Westgate Collegiate.

Scoring a best seller

“Very exciting”, that’s how locally raised writer Scott Colby describes his debut at number 2 on the Canadian hardcover non-fiction list.

The Lightkeeper's Daughter

Local author Jean E.

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