Four books, three authors, one great evening

Lesley Choyce, David Mossman and  Steven Laffoley at The Company Store on Nov 20.
Lesley Choyce, David Mossman and Steven Laffoley at The Company House on Halifax, NS, on Nov 20.

Thursday evening Pottersfield Press celebrated the launch of three new books at The Company House in Halifax, NS.

Steven Laffoley read from his latest novel, The Blue Tattoo, set during the time of the Halifax Explosion; David Mossman read from his new history book Going Over, a biography of Titus Mossman, a veteran of the “great War” who served with 85th Canadian Infantry Battalion, the Nova Scotia Highlanders on the Western Front; and Pottersfield Press publisher Leslie Choyce read from his books Into the Wasteland (Red Deer Press), a teen novel, and All Alone at the End of the World (Ekstasis Editions), a poetry collection that transports the reader from Nova Scotia to Greece, England, Ireland, Italy and New Jersey.

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Steven Laffoley reads from The Blue Tattoo
Lesley Choyce reading at The Company House in Halifax.
Lesley Choyce reading at The Company House in Halifax.
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Kim Hart Macneill is a journalist and magazine editor whose work has appeared in This Magazine, Canadian Business, and East Coast Living. She divides her time between Halifax and Moncton.

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