Sizzling Media Coverage for Dundurn Titles

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Sizzling Media Coverage for Dundurn Titles

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Is it me, or did it just get hot in here— with a heat wave of coverage.

 

Terry Burke, author of Under the Blue Beret, received an author feature in the The Londoner.

Belleville Intelligencer interviews Janet Kellough, author of 47 Sorrows.

Canada’s Road by Mark Richardson receives a CBC Syndication author interview; He will be covering topics on summer road trip tips. It is set to air in the coming weeks.

Look out for it!

I need tips on road tripping… like how do I get someone to take me.  

Hardscrabble by Donne E. Williams is reviewed by the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors in their Summer Issue.

Fire on the Runway by Mel Bradshaw is praised by the London Free Press  because “Bradshaw does a good job of combining personal lives, specific crime investigations, and large, grave international trends and events in compelling, reasonably logical fashion.”

TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin interviewed Terry Reardon author of Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King. It is set to air August 7 and 8, 2013, 8 – 8:30 PM.

Check it out!

 I will for the socially conscious subject matter and the fine eye candy, I meant the book, gosh.

Also, Winston Churchill and Mackenzie King by Terry Reardon was referenced on The Record opinion piece last week.

The Canadian Constitution by Adam Dodek was used in The Ottawa Citizen  article “Why Citizenship Requires an Oath to the Queen.”

Cool article, I was losing sleep over this topic for weeks, months, years, for a long time.

Twilight is Not Good for Maidens by Lou Allin was admired by Midwest Book Review for it well woven thriller—“With deftly interwoven references to literary figures . . . and insight into the protagonist’s family, fans will enjoy this taut thriller.”

Nancy Runstedler author of Beautiful Goodbye will have a profile run in The New Hamburg Independent in the near future.

How exciting, I wonder what it will say.

Secret revealed, Jerry Springer called, lives changed, maybe?

The anticipation of upcoming reviews, interviews, and profiles is making me perpetrate with excitement…. Maybe the perpetration is just from summer, but either way I can’t wait!

 

*Blog post written by Anoja Muthucumaru*

Lou Allin

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

Lou Allin

Lou Allin is the author of two series, the Holly Martin Mysteries and the Belle Palmer Mysteries. After teaching for many years at Cambrian College in Sudbury, Ontario, she now lives near Sooke on Vancouver Island.

Adam Dodek

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014
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Adam Dodek

Adam Dodek is the dean of the University of Ottawa Common Law Section. He teaches and writes about the Canadian Constitution and the Supreme Court of Canada. He has worked at the supreme Courts of both Canada and Israel, as well as the US Court of Appeals. Adam lives in Ottawa.

Janet Kellough

Posted by Kendra on October 30, 2014
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Janet Kellough

Janet Kellough is a professional storyteller who has written and appeared in numerous stage productions featuring a fusion of spoken word and music. Her previous books in the Thaddeus Lewis series are On the Head of a Pin, Sowing Poison, 47 Sorrows, and The Burying Ground. She lives in Prince Edward County, Ontario.

Steve Paikin

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014

Steve Paikin

Steve Paikin is anchor of The Agenda with Steve Paikin, TVO’s flagship current affairs program since 2006. He has written four previous books on politics, including Paikin and the Premiers. Paikin has spent more than 30 years in journalism, 20 of them at Ontario’s provincial broadcaster. He lives in Toronto.

Terry Reardon

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014
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Terry Reardon

Terry Reardon began his career in English banking, continuing in Canada. Bridging both countries sparked his interest in the relationship between Prime Ministers Churchill and King. A director of the International Churchill Society in Canada, Reardon is also on the editorial board of Finest Hour, the Churchillian magazine. He lives in Toronto.

Mark Richardson

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014
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Mark Richardson

Mark Richardson is the former automotive editor of the Toronto Star and is the author of Zen and Now: On the Trail of Robert Pirsig and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. He lives in Cobourg, Ontario.

Nancy Runstedler

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014
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Nancy Runstedler

Nancy Runstedler grew up in Wellesley, Ontario. She has worked in both public and school libraries. Though her home library is overflowing with books, she intends to keep collecting. She lives with her daughter in Paris, Ontario.

Donna E. Williams

Posted by Dundurn Guest on October 21, 2014
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Donna E. Williams

Donna E. Williams is an author and freelance editor. Following a 30-year career in trade book and magazine publishing, she returned to the University of Toronto and completed an M.A. in history. Hardscrabble is based on her master’s thesis. She lives in Toronto.