These three cookbooks want their readers to understand the intrinsic values in cooking for oneself, whether they be health-based, financial or educational.
A woman goes over a waterfall. A video goes viral. A family goes into meltdown. And that’s just the first 24 hours. Welcome to the Parker family. Like all families, the Parkers of Thunder Bay have had their share of complications. But when matriarch Kate Parker miraculously survives plummeting over a waterfall in a barrel — a feat captured on a video that goes viral — it’s Kate’s family who tumbles into chaos under the spotlight her internet fame shines upon their private crises. Her prodigal daughter returns to town. Her 16-year-old…
“Once the book comes out, it’s not yours anymore. It goes out into the world and makes friends or it doesn’t; you can’t do anything about that.”
Conlin weaves together fascinating characters and excels at portraying knotted family ties.
The world-championship curler, CBC reporter and, now, author, on her memoir and the experiences that completely changed her approach to life.
Mark this day in Halifax history with these books.
Join Michael Crummey on Aug. 1 for the third event in the Port Medway Reader’s Festival. Crummey will be reading from his novel Sweetland at 7p.m. at the Old Meeting House in Port Medway. Tickets are $20.00 per person, per event. A festival sponsorship, which includes two tickets to each of the three author readings, is available for $175.00. (Please note a sponsorship does not include tickets to the event with author/chef Bonnie Stern.) Check here for information and tickets.