The last time we talked to tonight’s guest, she had just released her first novel. With her latest book, YesterCanada: Historical Tales of Mystery and Adventure, Elma Schemenauer (http://elmams.wixsite.com/elma) returns to non-fiction writing with a collection of 30 historic Canadian tales.
Arts Connection for Monday, January 2, 2017 - Elma Schemenauer - "YesterCanada - Historical Tales of Mystery and Adventure"
Tonight’s guest writes for various newspapers and magazines in the Greater Toronto area, is a communications and PR assistant for two non-profit organizations and is a freelance ghost writer. Melony Teague (http://www.melonyteague.com/) is also one of the five authors of As the Ink Flows: Devotions to Inspire Christian Writers & Speakers which was released earlier this year.
Tonight’s guest has a way of tapping into our deepest emotions with her short stories. Marcia Laycock’s latest project is Christmas: Short Stories to Stir the Christmas Spirit, a collection of three short stories and a novella. Marcia’s on the phone with us from her Blackfalds, Alberta home office to talk about Christmas.
Tonight’s guest has a way of taking words from the paper and making them come alive. Jason Hildebrand’s (http://www.jasonhildebrand.com) latest project is The Wooden Angel a Christmas radio play that was adapted from a short story that he wrote. Jason’s on the phone with us from his Toronto-area home office to talk about The Wooden Angel.
In the first two books of the Compassion Series, author Tim Huff has looked homelessness and the disabled. The third book in that series is The Honour Drum (http://castlequaybooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=107) and is co-authored by singer/songwriter and politician Cheryl Bear.