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Midnight Thoughts: A Fusion of Poetry and Visual Arts

Midnight Thoughts: A Fusion of Poetry and Visual Arts feel good and gain a positive perspective of life to get them to open their eyes and see that things are not bad


AUTHOR MARTY PARK REVEALS HIS SECRETS TO GROWING A PROSPEROUS BUSINESS IN HIS DEBUT BOOK, TIGER BY THE TAIL

Canadian Author and Entrepreneur Marty Park shares all of his secrets on mastering your business in his debut book, Tiger by the Tail.


Kingston WritersFest to announce 2019 Festival Line Up

Kingston WritersFest will announce the author line up and event details for this fall’s Kingston WritersFest tonight at 6:30 p.m. at the Delta Hotel by Marriott Kingston Waterfront.


New Book Release: "Secret Formulas" by M.L. Howard

New book shows how to develop a formula, test it, and how to keep it a secret. 


THE RUMRUNNER'S BOY book release - a Canadian first

THE RUMRUNNER'S BOY, the very first YA historical crime novel in Canada, will be introduced @ Storytellers Bookstore in Windsor, ON for a signing and author meet-and-greet on May 3, 2019 from 5pm-8pm.

"A wild ride with Lake Erie's outlaw rumrunners. Guns, gangsters, smuggling, and a reluctant teen who gets thrown into the maelstrom. YA readers and others are going to enjoy this." - Bookkus Publishing


Canadian Author Shares a Deeply Personal Story about His Depression, Loneliness and Incel Thoughts in a New Book to Promote Men’s Mental Health Issues

A new independently published novel entitled The Boy With Zero Self-Esteem and How Cannabis Helped Save His Life reveals how mental health problems can metastasize in a young man and the factors that lead to feelings of depression, attempted suicide, loneliness and zero self-esteem.


Inspirational for New Year - Canadian Author's Book Proves Everyone Can Succeed

Just in time for the new year, Canadian author of NOT YOUR AVERAGE CUP OF JOE comes with this inspiring, proven message that no one is average and that everyone has talents they can parlay into success beyond their wildest dreams.  Joe makes a great guest for  TV or radio.


Reg D. Lyons Front Man for S.A.G.A. Launches his Sixth Novel "Man Eater" Offline at Your Independent Grocer in Kelowna BC

Reg. D. Lyons Indie Author and front man for S.A.G.A. Super Awesome Graphic Arts Publications and Productions, Launches his Sixth Book, a Suspenseful Dark Thriller "Man Eater" his second book from the White Lion trilogy Offline at Your Independent Grocer in the City of Kelowna, BC November 18th 2018 2-4 pm.


Former Prime Minister to appear at Kingston WritersFest special event

Kingston WritersFest has announced two stand-out events for this fall to following the highly successful tenth annual Festival held in September.

Jean Chretien My Stories, My Times

BookFest Windsor announces 2018 line up and Literacy Award

BookFest Windsor will announce the schedule of authors, events and activities for the 17th Annual literary festival BookFest Windsor 2018: The Power of Story.


Author Lawrence D. Elliott Named An Amazon Influencer

Lawrence D. Elliott, an author, and contributor to the best-selling Chicken Soup for the Soul book series has been approved as an Amazon Influencer. Lawrence has joined other top social media influencers in the program.

Kingston WritersFest turns the page on 10 years with FREE outdoor event to Celebrate the Literary

Kingston WritersFest, one of Canada’s top literary festivals, will mark a milestone next week as it welcomes some 70 renowned authors and poets to join a celebration of the literary Wednesday, September 26 through Sunday, September 30 at the Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront.


The new book by Alban Bourdy, "A Sort of Highly-Gifted One", is now available at Amazon.com

The new book by Alban Bourdy, "A Sort of Highly-Gifted One", is now available at Amazon.com. "A sort of highly-gifted one" is an autobiographical testimony that narrates all my life, my course of "highly-gifted" (diagnosed in early childhood).


Litfest 2018 Festival Line-up

Canada’s only non-fiction literary festival is thrilled to announce our full line-up of authors and events for LitFest 2018.


THE RED FOREST MARKS ENGLISH DEBUT FOR UKRAINIAN POET

Ukrainian Poet Excited to Reach New Audience.


MIND MATTERS A PSYCHIATRIST'S NARRATION

Dr.AMRESH SHRIVASTAVA Announces the release of his latest publication a mental health-non fiction book.


Social Media Thriller Novel Shows Risky Side of Online Dating

Author of new book shows online dating as a type of blind dating.


Lone Ranger Anthology features Alberta writer

Local author, Tim Lasiuta, hits those old western trails once again in the newest Lone Ranger anthology from Moonstone Books.


2018 Windsor International Writers Conference

Windsor International Writers calls writers of all stripes to Windsor for the 2018 Windsor International Writers Conference.


Book Release: Satirical Novel from 2076 Describes America’s Self-Destruction

Azaria Press has released The History of the Decline and Fall of America, A Semi-Fictional Satire. Award-winning American humorist Scott Erickson assumes the identity of a British historian looking back from the year 2076 to reveal how and why America fell.


Nosey Charlie Comes To Town Children's book

An exciting new children's picture book series is here! Children who love Curious George will love Nosey Charlie because they have a lot in common. Meet Nosey Charlie, a spunky little squirrel who grew up in the country. He became an orphan and moved to the city to live with his aunt, uncle, and his cousin, Pete. Charlie desperately wants to know everything about the people and strange objects in the city, and he doesn't understand that he can't always go wherever he likes.

The Nosey Charlie adventures will make you laugh and sniffle, and sometimes cheer Charlie along as he explores his new environment and finds himself in desperate situations.


American novelist Ernest Pick publishes his new book "Acting in Love" in Canada

After having published several books in the United States, Mr. Pick decided to entrust his new literary work to the Canadian publishing house, Editions Dedicaces.


New Fantasy Novella to be Released

Legend and mystery unite in upcoming novella Perilous

Perilous, a sweeping historical fantasy story told from the point of view of the angelic spirit trapped inside the Sangreal, also known as the Holy Grail, will entice readers with a new twist on the Arthurian legends of Merlin and Nimue.


New book to highlight the region’s Black community

On Tuesday, November 28th at 3:00 p.m., Windsor West MPP Lisa Gretzky will be at the Windsor Public Library, Central Branch in the Local History Room as Northstar Cultural Community Centre prepares to launch a new project to collect, preserve and publish historical information and the contributions of the Black community to the City of Windsor and Essex County.


Current Global Politics Limit Academic Freedom - Universal Children's Day

On Universal Children's Day, November 20, 2017, the International Research Society for Children's Literature, (IRSCL, www.irscl.com ) issues a Statement of Principles, because it is worried about the ways in which contemporary geopolitics curtail academic freedom.


Independent press Between the Lines celebrates four decades of “Books Without Bosses”

October 26th marks 40 years of publishing for Toronto's independent award-winning book publisher Between the Lines.


Organization publishes children’s story and activity book specifically for single fathers

No Deadbeat Society, a brand with a focus on advocating for men's mental health awareness and fatherhood started by Leland Dieno of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada in 2015 recently published a book specifically for single fathers. The book consists of a "bed time" type story and activities for fathers to do with their young children.


"Longfellow Finds a Home" a New Children's Book Written by a Feature Film Screenwriter

Linda Shayne, a Canadian screenwriter, feature film director, has authored a new children's book, "Longfellow Finds a Home", illustrated by one of the "Pink Panther" animators, Art Leonardi. This heartwarming, picture book about a blue wiener dog (dachshund, sausage dog) is filled with vivid artwork and is filled with adventure and wit.


Book Launch: "The Face and the Soul in the Sculptures of Ernesto Lamagna," SarpiArte Edition

Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church, Toronto is hosting the North American debut of a remarkable new book on the world renowned Italian artist and sculptor, Ernesto Lamagna. The bronze door he created for the church is featured in this book. The book launch will be held August 26, 2017 at 6:30 pm at 3055 Bloor St W Toronto.


Scholar and author talks “Ottawa and Empire”

New book explores Canada’s role in creating the “Most dangerous country in the world”.


Paperback Edition of Dr. Stuart Shanker’s Self-Reg Book Released

Dr. Stuart Shanker's groundbreaking book, Self-Reg: How to help your child (and you) break the stress cycle and fully engage with life, will be released as a Penguin Paperback on July 4.


Life Became His Poetry. Poetry Became His Life.

Announcing the release of a captivating Poetry and Prose collection by a 16-year-old Canadian teenager: "Time Capsule: Ideas with Ink."


A New Play for Malcolm Lowry Buffs by Gabriola Playwright Charlotte Cameron

"While mixing fact and fiction, Charlotte Cameron concurrently spins the wheel of time backward to 1946 and forward to the present day. In this way, she deftly highlights Malcolm and Margerie Lowry's dream of finding sanctuary and renewal on Gabriola Island while simultaneously illuminating the plight of a similar contemporary couple." - Sheryl Salloum, author of Malcolm Lowry: Vancouver Days


Award-winning children’s book that raises awareness and dollars for Alzheimer’s is now available in German

Thanks to dementia awareness advocate and translator, Martina Kaut, the illustrated book that easily explains dementia diseases, Weeds in Nana's Garden, can now be enjoyed by German speaking families.


The French Honour "Monsieur Taylor"

The International Festival of Authors (IFOA) and Harbourfront Centre are thrilled to announce that Geoffrey E. Taylor has received word that the French government has conferred on him the distinguished honour of Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters).


Lakefield Literary Festival Celebrates: Canada 150 with authors Jane Urquhart and Charlotte Gray

The Lakefield Literary Festival is pleased to announce its inaugural spring event ­- LLF Celebrates: Canada 150 - with readings by well-known authors Jane Urquhart and Charlotte Gray. The evening of readings, hosted by writer and scholar Michael Peterman will be on Friday, March 31, 7:30 pm, at the Lakefield United Church, 47 Regent Street.


Illustrated children’s book, that raises awareness and dollars for Alzheimer’s, is now available in French

Stirred by her mother's dementia, artist Kathryn Harrison introduces the picture book, Des mauvaises herbes dans le jardin de Mamie, to explain dementia diseases to French speaking families while supporting the Alzheimer Society of Canada.


Un livre illustré pour enfants, qui fait connaître la maladie d'Alzheimer et dont la vente soutient financièrement la Société Alzheimer du Canada, est maintenant offert en français

Inspirée par son expérience personnelle, l'artiste Kathryn Harrison introduit ce livre, Des mauvaises herbes dans le jardin de Mamie, afin d'expliquer les démences dégénératives aux enfants francophones et de rassembler des fonds pour la Société Alzheimer du Canada.


Smash Bike

Authors K.A. Lombard and William J. Danyluk III have just released their first novel entitled 'Smash Bike'.


Murder: the gangsta rhymes spoken words in kjiva’s poetry collection The Prototype Of A Street Poet

KJIVA's new book with title "Murder: The Gangster Rhymes" released by United Naxal Publication.


Morning Rain Publishing Acquires “Night Orchid” by L. Lombard

Morning Rain Publishing acquires "Night Orchid" by L. Lombard, the sequel to the best-selling YA Paranormal Romance, Ebo. The paranormal romance featuring diverse, immortal characters will be released in February 2017.


Morning Rain Publishing Acquires “Lost Enough” by Anita Dolman

Canadian micro press, Morning Rain Publishing, acquires "Lost Enough", a collection of short stories by Anita Dolman for publication in April 2017.


Inspirational New Book "Tells it Like it Is" About Life

Celebrated Author and Speaker Joe Woodley Presents:

'You Were Born to Win So, Suck it Up Buttercup: The Essential Guide to turning whiners into winners, and losers into leaders. '


“The Trouble with Cash” Reveals Some Shocking Realities about the Costa Rican Justice System

The Story of a retired Torontonian's vendetta to recover what is rightfully his when the local police won't help.


Author Weaves Classic Jane Austen Tale with World War I

Remembrance Day: As Canadians commemorate The Great War, readers of Monette's Darcy's Hope get a glimpse into great-grandfathers' experiences in WW1 while reliving Austen's literary classic Pride & Prejudice.


Missing A True Story Of A Childhood Lost - Free Preview

MISSING: A True Story of a Childhood Lost by Marnie Grundman free preview now available on GoodReads!


Sara Marlowe's Second Children's Book, My New Best Friend, will be released Oct. 4, 2016

Toronto Author, Sara Marlowe, Releases, My New Best Friend, a Picture Book that Teaches Children how to be Kind & Compassionate Towards Themselves.


Knowlton’s Famous Store Dog Comes Alive in New Novel

New middle grades novel set in the Quebec Eastern Townships is inspired by a well-known Knowlton store dog named P.J. The author, Morri Mostow, will return to Knowlton to launch her book where it is set, in Knowlton, at Brome Lake Books, on October 1 at 3 p.m.


New Book Brings Back Fun Memories from the 70’s

Newly-released book "It's 1978 and I've got a hot date" by Canadian author, Mary Howard.


Pre-release Special for "The Tzaddik and other poems" by Per K. Brask

A poetic exploration of Judaism by 2016 Griffin Poetry Award finalist Per K. Brask-on sale until September 13, 2016.

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