Interview with Heather B. Moore

Heather B. Moore is a USA Today bestselling author of more than seventy publications. Her historical novels and thrillers are written under pen name H.B. Moore. She writes women's fiction, romance and inspirational non-fiction under Heather B. Moore. This can all be confusing, so her kids just call her Mom. Heather attended Cairo American College... Continue Reading →

Interview with Iona Whishaw

Iona Whishaw was born in British Columbia. After living her early years in the Kootenays, she spent her formative years living and learning in Mexico, Nicaragua, and the US. She travelled extensively for pleasure and education before settling in the Vancouver area. Throughout her roles as youth worker, social worker, teacher, and award-winning high school... Continue Reading →

Interview with Constance O’Connor

A scientist who has studied animal behaviour extensively, Constance O’Connor is fascinated by the complexity of animal families, and enjoys talking to children about nature. She lives in Thunder Bay, Canada, with her husband and kids.  Constance and her co-writer, Natalia Rojas, will be visiting the Waverley Community Hub on Saturday, February 29th to read... Continue Reading →

Interview with Clementia Kiele

Clementia Kiele was born on a small island in Papua New Guinea known as the Admiralty Islands, which is two degrees off the equator. Though she didn’t grow up with her parents reading bedtime stories, her parents instead told bedtime stories. She migrated from Papua New Guinea to Canada 19 years ago. After obtaining her... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lanie Mores

Lanie Mores has her Honours Bachelor of Science Degree and Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and is a certified hypnotherapist and personal trainer. She lives in Ontario with her husband, son, and forever barking Chihuahua, Batman. You can find her online at laniemores.com. Shauna Kosoris: What inspired your first book, Father of Contention? Lanie... Continue Reading →

Interview with Linden MacIntyre

Linden MacIntyre was the host of Canada’s premiere investigative television show, The Fifth Estate, for nearly twenty-five years. Born in St. Lawrence, Newfoundland, and raised in Port Hastings, Cape Breton, he began his career in 1964 with the Halifax Chronicle-Herald as a parliamentary bureau reporter. MacIntyre later worked at The Journal and hosted CBC Radio’s... Continue Reading →

Interview with Rune Christiansen

Rune Christiansen is a Norwegian poet and novelist. One of Norway’s most important literary writers, he is the author of more than 20 books of fiction, poetry and nonfiction. He has won many prestigious awards, including the 2014 Brage Prize for his bestselling novel, The Loneliness in Lydia Erneman’s Life. Fanny and the Mystery in... Continue Reading →

Interview with Ann Hui

Ann Hui has been The Globe and Mail’s national food reporter since 2015. Her work has included investigations into the role of lobbying in the development of Canada’s Food Guide, and a 2018 story that uncovered widespread sexual harassment in one of the country’s most prominent wineries. Previously, she covered Toronto politics and national news.... Continue Reading →

Interview with Michael Haynes

Michael Haynes is a regular CBC radio commentator with decades of experience in trail development in Canada and Europe. He has authored numerous bestselling trail guides, including The Best of the Great Trail, Volumes 1 and 2.  Shauna Kosoris: What was the inspiration behind your two new books, The Best of the Great Trail, Volumes... Continue Reading →

Interview with Tony Cliff

Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Tony Cliff is a ten-year veteran of that city’s animation industry and a contributor to the Flight series of anthologies. He has been nominated for Shuster, Harvey, and Eisner Awards. Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant was his first published graphic novel and is the product of work... Continue Reading →

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