SITE WRITERS

Our creative thinkers…

BRUNO’s ramblings…
DEMO’s desk…
ERMA’s desk…
EVA’s desk
FERMO’s desk…
RICHARD’s desk…
ROTZY’s desk…

TODD’s reflections…

 

Bruno Gauweiller is a Oshawa resident, a retired building and construction professional. He is an avid motorcyclist who loves to travel with his wife when he isn’t playing with his grandkids.

 

Erma Washington is a published writer who works in the professional field of social services. She finds inspiration for her literary work from her professional work as well as her day to day living. 

 

Eva Henn is a former teacher who taught in Toronto for the TCDSB. Retired now but leading a very active and energetic lifestyle, she is a very active and and energetic grandmother who travel globally with her husband, engages dynamically with the children of her two sons, paints and draws and writes.

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Demo Dovolos is the site’s resident financial guru. Married with two young daughters, he is well aware of good budgeting and solid investing. Read his timely financial advice.

 

Fermo is a Scottish terrier born in 2012. He celebrates his birthday in March, making him a Pisces. He really should be a Taurus or a Capricorn because he is such a stubborn, independent thinking Scottie. But his most redeemable trait, ‘he loves people.’

Richard,  jack of all trades, master of none, writes, teaches, moderates, chairs, and learns…never stopping. His hobbies are varied: cooking but not dedicated enough; writing but does so with erratic spontaneity. Ever the optimist, but smiling, ceaselessly laments that life could be better.

Rotzy, our resident Ontario wilderness prospector and gold rusher, Bob and his partner, the divine Miz Jo, retired from the bustle of southern Ontario to a cottage home on a small lake in the village of Nakina, Ont. Ya gotta look it up! Get a taste of life in the cosmopolitan digs of Nakina by reading his rural riffs from Nakina!

 

Todd,  father, engineer, humanitarian, working at making the world a better place for us all, little by little, a little bit more every day. He continues working on humanitarian projects today as he has all his life and the world benefits from his endeavours.