Among all the cities of Europe that fell under the Nazi boot in the Second World War, the loss of Paris touched a raw nerve among those who fought the German war machine.Paris was no Stalingrad, fought over from house to house, nor was it the victim, like London, of merciless aerial attack.
We are happy to annouce that Kid Soldier by Jennifer Maurno, has been nominated for the 2015 Rocky Mountain Book Award!Kid Soldier is about fatherless and penniless, fifteen-year-old Richard Fuller who wants a bike, so Mr. Black, the baker hires him to help with deliveries. Mr.
I have written for almost as long as I can remember, most recently young adult novels. I am frequently asked where my ideas come from. I guess they come from who I am and what I’ve experienced in one way or another.
Today Lynn Kositsky, author of the new release The Plagues of Kondar, sits down with us to talk about her new book, the best advice that she's ever received as a writer, and what she's reading right now!How did you come up with the idea for this work?
The idea took a long time to mat
Today Robert Priest, author of The Paper Sword, book one in the Spell Crossed series, talks to us about his new book, the series overall, and which character is his favourite!Tell us about your book.
Book 1, The Paper Sword, an invitation to a rebellion sealed by shaking hands with t
Tue, September 2, 2014, 7:00pm
Shebeen Whisky Room
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Fri, September 12, 2014, 4:00pm
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Orillia Public Library
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