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Marshall Lawrence

Lisa Tucker 8 February 2022

The World At My Door invites its readers to experience the unique life and friendships found in an isolated mountain village in Papua New Guinea. Marshall and Helen Lawrence and their boys moved to Papua New Guinea in 1968, where they lived and worked among the Oksapmin people for twenty-five […]

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Egidio Coccimiglio

Lisa Tucker 1 February 2022

Egidio Coccimiglio is a film director and screenwriter. He was born in Sault Ste. Marie, the son of an immigrant steelworker. A Film Arts graduate of Ryerson University in Toronto, his independent films have won critical awards in Chicago, Houston, Montreal and Lisbon. A Pleasant Vertigo is his first effort […]

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Alyson M. MacLeod

Lisa Tucker 18 January 2022

Alyson MacLeod is an author, speaker, trainer and coach for women who are looking to gain clarity around their life’s Vision and how to engage in their mission in all areas of their lives with ease, grace and Love! Alyson works with executives and high achieving entrepreneurial women to design […]

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Bryan Davies (vol.2)

Lisa Tucker 14 December 2021

Bryan is an award-winning writer and commentator based in Sault Ste. Marie, where he is a United Front Entertainment, and UFE Tagona Press (Sault Millworks) founding partner. UFE is a multidimensional Canadian and international creative works enterprise. Bryan also has a lifelong passion for sport. He has coached with high […]

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J.P. Naphan

Lisa Tucker 23 November 2021

Going To Wawa With The Old Man. This is a short story about taking that last trip up the HWY 17 with the old man. J.P. Naphan is/was a touring comedian in Canada that, by necessity, makes him a road warrior. He is/was well prepared for writing what he knows. […]

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Roxy Matthews

Lisa Tucker 2 November 2021

Where otherworldly influence thrives. Roxy Matthews, a member of the Silverleaf Writers Guild, is a self published author of full length novels in the Romantic/Suspense and Fantasy genres. In 2018 she was named one of Canada’s Best Writers of the Year by Polar Expressions Publishing. Roy’s dark, twisted side can […]

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Judy Penz Sheluk

Lisa Tucker 26 October 2021

Judy Penz Sheluk is a former journalist and magazine editor and the author of two mystery series: the Glass Dolphin Mysteries and the Marketville Mysteries. Her short crime fiction appears in several collections, including The Best Laid Plans and Heartbreaks & Half-truths, which she also edited. Judy Penz Sheluk has been writing stories […]

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Jennifer Barone & Dr. Frank Sarlo

Lisa Tucker 12 October 2021

Sweet Change the Chocolate Bear appears to Matti and Lindsay and walks with them through their neighbourhood and points out young people performing good deeds for friends and family, the environment and their community. Matti and Lindsay are impressed with the good that young people can do and think of […]

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Emily Cormier

Lisa Tucker 21 September 2021

Emily Cormier is a newly published author. She writes and illustrates her own children’s books. Emily is from Sault Ste Marie ON where she likes to take in nature and various sports; such as snowboarding, mountain biking and hockey. In her spare time, she writes poems and hangs out with […]