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My Sister’s Keeper Coming September 2013 from Grass Roots Press

Anna Sweet, ex-cop turned waitress, is bar hopping her way across the U.S.A. But a middle-of-the-night phone call to Anna’s hotel room in Texas is about to end her life on the road. Her sister Cheri’s brakes failed, and she’s lying banged up in an Ottawa hospital. Cheri warns that unless Anna comes right home, […]

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Second Chances – Midwest Book Review

The Midwest Book Review calls Second Chances ‘an enticing read’: “With adulthood on the horizon, many teenaged women embrace the coming changes in their own ways. “Second Chances” is a coming of age drama, telling the story of Darlene as she faces a summer with her corruptive cousin Elizabeth, as they face the chaotic times […]

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Second Chances Reviewed by Mystery Maven Canada

A great review by Mystery Maven Canada:  http://mysterymavencdn.blogspot.ca/2012/10/mystery-review.html

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Second Chances Reviewed in Publishers Weekly

You can read the review at this link:  http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-4597-0204-2

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Defining Canada Interview

Read the  interview in Defining Canda about the new teen novel Second Chances. The entire interview can be found at the following link: http://www.definingcanada.ca/2012/09/02/author-interview-with-brenda-chapman/

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Second Chances Recommended in Canadian Materials

Canadian Materials at the University of Manitoba gave the upcoming Second Chances an excellent review, calling it “a very satisfying story”. Read the review online: http://www.umanitoba.ca/outreach/cm/vol18/no40/secondchances.html  

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Video: Alan Neal Reads from In Winter’s Grip

Patrick Walton produced a short video from CBC Radio’s Alan Neal’s recent reading at ‘A Day to Kill’ – A Capital Crime Writers’ event in October 2011 at the Ottawa Public Library.  Click here to see the video on Youtube.

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A Day to Kill Video

Capital Crime Writers held its second writer/fan event at the Ottawa Public Library in October. Patrick Walton made a video with snippits from the day.  Have a look at the goings on! A Day to Kill – Capital Crime Writers

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Golden Oak Nomination!

The Second Wife has been nominated for the Ontario Library Association’s Golden Oak award. “The Golden Oak Award reading program provides a unique opportunity for people in adult literacy programs to read books that are interesting and entertaining, yet are not too difficult to read. Readers who participate in the Golden Oak program get to […]

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Power of Words Video

In early September, I was one of the guest speakers at People, Words and Change’s Power of Words breakfast. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and Hockey Hall of Famer Brian Kilrea also spoke and CTV’s Sports Director Terry Marcotte was the MC.  Check out the event and my speech on this Youtube video!

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