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In My Home Library: Canada 1911

I first read Canada 1911: The Decisive Election That Shaped the Country by Patrice Dutil and David MacKenzie while researching my WWI Trilogy.  Although 1911 is prior to the Great War, the results of that year’s federal election were felt for years. The federal election of 1911 is one of the dirtiest in Canadian history.  […]

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In My Home Library: World War I in 100 Objects

I first read World War I in 100 Objects by Pete Doyle while I researching and writing my WWI trilogy.  The book was a gift from my husband who felt it might be helpful for my research. As the title indicates, Doyle examines 100 objects that tell the story of the Great War.  Each object […]

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Enterprising Women Series Relaunches April 1

Enterprising Women: Practical Advice for First Time Entrepreneurs and Enterprising Women:  A Practical Guide to Starting Your First Business relaunched April 1.  The books originally published on Amazon in 2013 and 2016.  They are now available wherever eBooks are sold including Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, Kobo, Indigo, Angus & Robertson, and more. To find […]

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5 Things I Discovered While Writing Enterprising Women

Starting your own business is one of the most empowering things you’ll ever do, especially if you’re a woman.  Entrepreneurs often talk only about their successes, but the truth is every business struggles in its first several years and half of all businesses fail within the first five years. This struggle, and the contrast between […]

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