Happy Holidays from the Historical Fiction Team!

Hope you are all staying home, staying safe and warm over the holidays and that you’ve got lots of great stories to keep you company!

We’ll see you in the new year with more suggestions for books to read, ideas for writing, and interesting tidbits about Canadian history and Canadian historical fiction.

Happy Holidays!

Laurie and Marnie

P.S. It’s just over a week until we draw for December 2020’s winner of our Free Book of the Month Club. This month’s free book is Woman in Scarlet by Karen L. Adams. Click here for the book review.

If you haven’t already joined our Free Book of the Month Club, what are you waiting for? Every month you’ll have a chance to win a book by a Canadian author. Click here to learn more about our Book of the Month Club, or go ahead and join by clicking the button below.

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Laurie MacNevin, HF Associate Editor

Laurie is an editor, writer, and researcher. Her deep love of stories led to an Honours degree and a Master’s degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Windsor. Originally from Southern Ontario, Laurie has lived in Manitoba for more than ten years, exploring the stories, landscape, plants, and people of some of the most remote parts of the province including three years in Churchill and two years in God’s Lake Narrows First Nation. Laurie and her family now live on an acreage outside of Carberry.

photo of Marnie Sluman Somers co-author, editor and publisher of the book, "The Amulet"

Marnie Somers, HF Co-author & Publisher

Marnie Sluman Somers was born in Toronto, she lived for ten years in Calgary, before returning to Toronto for public and high school. She moved to Winnipeg at twenty and has lived in rural Manitoba ever since. Marnie had a long career working in both the private and public sectors, during which she honed her writing skills. She became a full-time freelance writer in 1997 creating news releases, magazine feature articles, and marketing content. She currently lives on an acreage near Carberry, Manitoba with her partner, Wilf.

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