Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Michael Harris is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We’ve Lost in a World of Constant Connection” (category: Non-fiction) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total value of $450,000…. Read Article →
Please like this video and subscribe to support the arts in Canada. Andrée A. Michaud is a 2014 winner of the Governor General’s Literary Awards for “Bondrée” (category: Fiction) The Canada Council for the Arts funds, administers and promotes the Governor General’s Literary Awards, Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary awards program with a total value of $450,000. This year’s best books The Canada Council for the Arts is a… Read Article →
Award-winning author and philanthropist Barry Finlay sits with Mony to speak about his journey from the world of financial management to that of an author, publishing books from travel adventure and humour to political thrillers, and his philanthropic efforts locally and in Africa, which earned him the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. hi everyone and welcome to this episode of the authors journey I'm your host monetization and one of the great things I love about… Read Article →
In this revealing autobiography, Canada’s first lady of song, for the first time, tells the whole story of her astonishing 40-year career in show biz. It is a candid retrospective of the extraordinary success achieved, and the prices that had to be paid.
The Peel District School Board celebrates the Forest of Reading books and authors at the annual event in May.
Mony interviews international award-winning author, storyteller, illustrator and graphic novelist Alberto Agraso, with whom she has collaborated on several books. He shares his journey from the world of insurance to that of an intuitive artist, bringing consciousness and light into all his creations. hi everyone and welcome to this episode of the authors journey I'm your host Monique Agee now many of you watching this know that I'm already an… Read Article →
You can get a copy of Tanika’s book Single, Ready & Waiting: Your Guide to Courtship Here: Would like to get that prayer Tanika mentioned in the video send her an e-mail at [email protected] Stay blessed! good morning good morning everybody welcome to TGIF with me Tanika chambers and I help singles to navigate through their single ready and waiting season and today I'm gonna be talking about four things… Read Article →
A book trailer for Walt Whitman’s Secret. In this wonderfully imagined novel, Walt Whitman’s secret isn’t his homosexuality but another one entirely. It’s a political secret, one that the greatest American poet of the nineteenth century has pledged himself to keep until he is on his deathbed. these are the eyes of Walt Whitman America's greatest poet they're sad eyes full of secrets they belong to a farm boy who… Read Article →
Willow Finds a Way is a wonderful book that can help kids learn about how bullies control others. Sometimes, bullies seem nice, but you should never let anyone become a boss over you. Willow Finds a Way is written by Lana Button and is illustrated by Tania Howells. Copyright Lana Buttons. Published by Kids Can Press. If you enjoyed this audiobook, share it with others, especially teachers and parents. If… Read Article →
Novelist, short-story author, and screenwriter Tyler Keevil reads from his award-winning collection, ‘Burrard Inlet’, and discusses the nuts and bolts of crafting resonant fiction. This event was part of the Writers in Conversation series hosted by the University of Southampton Department of English at Nuffield Theatre. so good evening and welcome to riders in conversation a la 2017 I am thrilled to have Tyler Keeble here with us tonight I… Read Article →
Words Unspoken, Book 3 of the Ramesly Brothers series, Chapter 1 as read by the author Josephine Beintema Find me on Amazon: You can also find me at: Sign up for my newsletter Josephine’s Tips for Aspiring Authors hi it's Josephine and today I'm going to be reading to you from my book words unspoken book 3 of the ramsley brothers series I'm going to read the first chapter and… Read Article →
What makes us proud to be Canadian? So many things! Indigo, Chapters and Coles: proudly Canadian. Get your Canadian reads here: Track: Goodnight Moon by Canada’s own Said The Whale.
Find out more about this enchanting new illustrated chapter book series from acclaimed Canadian author Kallie George! are you a knight skilled at playing dragons princess who collects unicorns because mmm so sparkly yes and stop watching but if you room in your heart and your home from very special then come to the magical animal adoption agency enchanted toads to bury horses magic kittens and yes even dragons our… Read Article →
Alternatively titled “Mostly Books That Scarred Me For Life”! Watch to the very end for a sneaky surprise! (Spoiler alert, it’s bloopers of me being unbelievably awkward.) This was a super spontaneous, last minute shot video of childhood favourite books. I realized I didn’t explain Dust at all, but I will be making a whole video about it soon so stay tuned! This is a list of the top 10… Read Article →
In my video I talk about all the books on my TBR that are by Canadian Authors. I did this video last year as well, and have a Canlit playlist. All the books mentioned (I hope) will be linked down below. I hope you enjoyed watching my video!! Don’t forget to comment with your thoughts and subscribe! Canadian TBR 2018: CanLit Playlist: ~The Books~ By Book or By Crook –… Read Article →
As a Canadian author, should you be charging sales taxes? Learn the provincial and federal sales tax rules as they apply to Canadian authors. hello it's Michelle Cornish here author and former CPA coming at you today with a two-minute biz tip all about sales taxes for Canadian authors so I have been hearing a lot about sales taxes in the US lately there have been a number of changes… Read Article →
Award-winning writer Jen Neale’s debut novel Land Mammals and Sea Creatures explores environmental protection, grief and family. Jen talks about the importance of writing with empathy and gives timely advice for emerging authors. ➤ Subscribe: #CBCBooks #WhyIWrite — CBC Books’ Why I Write series features Canadian authors speaking on what literature means to them. The video series asks authors what motivated them to write their latest work, what themes readers… Read Article →
Interview with writer and YA author Karen Rivers about her new novel, Before We Go Extinct I'm talking to Karen rivers the author of before we go extinct Karen talked about there's a spoiler in the first page on the very first page there's a line that reads spoiler people can't fly talk about how the predicted storyline or the a predictable storyline is sort of turned on its head… Read Article →
In which I review Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien. ★ Get the book here! ★ Join me on… Blog: Twitter: Instagram: Snapchat: littlespider9 Goodreads: ★ Help me out by purchasing your books through my Book Depository affiliate link! FTC Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored video. All books/products were purchased with my own money, unless otherwise noted. Any books received from authors and publishers were provided… Read Article →
Vicki Frances Gabereau (born May 31, 1946) is a Canadian radio and television personality. Most recently she hosted an eponymously titled afternoon talk show on CTV Television Network, which wrapped up production on April 8, 2005. She now makes regular appearances on the Knowledge Network for its fundraising. Born Vicki Filion in Vancouver, British Columbia, Gabereau moved to Toronto at age 18 for university. In Toronto, she married Michel Gabereau… Read Article →