Category Archives: Author Lives in Toronto

Can Your Conversations Change the World? By Erinne Paisley (82)

This is a book about how certain conversations can definitely change the world. The problem is that many of us are not eager to take on any conversations that are hard and that will stretch our usual points of view. … Continue reading

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Cataract City by Craig Donaldson (65)

This book is a bout a tourist town called Cataract City. It has an uncanny hold over those born within its borders. It’s a place with more to it than first meets the eye. Behind the dowdy storefronts and sidewalk … Continue reading

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The Sweetest One by Melanie Mah (15)

This is a great story by a great story-teller.  I was enthralled by this writer, as I usually am! The story is about Chrysler Wong who has spent her entire life in Spring Hills, a rural Alberta town filled with … Continue reading

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