Thursday, May 5, 2016

revisionist saga about Daniel Boone wins BC book prize

Congrats to Alix. Her book sounds interesting, especially for history buffs. Hey, what Canadians from bygone eras might we weave some stories around?


On April 30 in Victoria, BC, author Alix Hawley accepted the Ethel Wilson Book Prize for her revisionist saga of Daniel Boone as told by himself, 'All True Not a Lie In It' (Knopf Canada). The prize is one of the British Columbia Book Prizes, awarded to the best work of fiction published by a British Columbia writer in 2015.


Elma (Martens) Schemenauer . CONSIDER THE SUNFLOWERS: 1940s-era novel about love, Mennonites, faith, & family. Set in Vancouver & rural Saskatchewan. Order from Chapters online or Borealis Press  . More info at  . Book trailer .


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