CANADA DAY commentary by Canadian writers

A number of writers are associated with our website have written their comments about CANADA DAY:

 


Bristow writes a romance story in Roman times, quite unexpected, but very engaging and plausible. An amazingly researched story.

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Gazarek writes a coach’s or mentor’s manual for young men. Tremendous research to reinforce all the material he presents.

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Henn’s memoir of her families escape from Hungary during its revolution of 1956 is poignant, emotional and suspenseful. Revenue from her book sales is directed to her philanthropic work with the school systems in the Dominican Republic.

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Graham Swanson COVID isolation forced Graham to write poems daily sharing them with his brother-in-law. He participates with a group whose weekly prompt stimulates creative responses.

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Szpin is a blogger whose site is dedicated to helping people age better and to writers and their craft. He continues writing his first novel set in Canada and based on his thousands of kilometre motorcycle rides across the country.

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Tucker is a published author having written her memoir, Rag Dolls and Rage. Currently, she mentors and moderates the WAG critiquing group. As well, she is editor-in-chief of the upcoming Heliconian Club anthology, and content editor of a local writing circle’s collection.

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