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Published in Canada by Anchor Canada,
And, in fact, I found this book an intriguing blend of literary fiction and mystery.
Chapter-by-chapter, the reader grows to realize that Jean Mason has... Well, there's something wrong with her brain.
Polite society has trouble talking about (and accepting) people who have brain problems. We (the disabled) are just supposed to grow out of, get over or seek treatment for it.
I commend Michael Redhill for writing this important book.
'And more people should recognize that if you can treat it with medicine, it must be like every other disease and no one should be ashamed to have it and others shouldn't be afraid of it.' (p. 171)
CBC books' interview with Michael Redhill
Why should you attend Ellen Schwartz's writing workshop on Mayne Island?
I'll share the top four reasons this coming Wednesday
Next Sunday evening on this blog...
This short story was inspired by the novel
The Perfect Nanny by Leila Slimani
What would you do to make a dream reality?
Sharing my author journey...
I love to write... I love to read... I love short stories
If you do too you'll love this list...
Short List Announced for the 2018 Danuta Gleed Literary Award