The UNB Department of English, The Fiddlehead, and the UNB Bookstore are pleased to invite you to the book launches of Phillip Crymble, Gerard Beirne (WFNB member), and R.W. Gray. The event will take place at 8 pm on Wednesday, February 24th, 2016, at the Alumni Lounge, in the Alumni Memorial Building, on the UNB Fredericton campus.Read More»
Joseph Koot, of Dorchester Cape, recently released Europe, One Step at a Time, which describes his 6000-km (post-retirement) hike across Europe.
He was assaulted and storm-bound but also enjoyed friendliness, incredible scenery, and freedom of the trail.
This book complements his childhood memoir Looking for Bill, Finding Myself. His childhood led to the hike and the hike helped him come to terms with his childhood.
WFNB director Chuck Bowie (Fredericton) has just released a print copy of his eBook, Three Wrongs (MuseItUp Publishing), the first in his popular suspense-thriller series, Donovan: Thief for Hire. (available through MuseItUp Publishing, Amazon and Chapters)
Steal It All is third in the series and will soon appear as an eBook.Read More»
WFNB director and short story writer, Andy Flanagan, learned to be a storyteller the hard way: by memorizing and faking the fact that he could not actually read.
It was not until Grade 9 that he was diagnosed with dyslexia and realized there was a good reason for his difficulties. “Back in the sixties nobody knew what dyslexia was. If you weren’t reading you were just stupid,” said Flanagan. “I carried that embarrassment about dyslexia all my life.”Read More»
Revisiting the fictitious world of her multi-award-winning novel, The Glory Wind, Valerie Sherrard’s latest story introduces readers to 12-year-old Bethany Anderson, whose differences make it difficult for her to fit in, and leave her ill-prepared to deal with the tragic events that are about to unfold in her world.
Rain Shadow is best suited to readers in Grades 4–6.