Yearly Archives: 2014

A Word to the Wise – Chapter 4, from 10½ SKETCHES: Insights on Being Successful Right Where You Are

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I could ace this. I was sure. The cheery interviewer directed me to a little room with a computer desk and chair. I was about to complete the final step of the interviewing process. “Your English is excellent,” she had … Continue reading

Review of ALL THAT REMAINS. A novel by Kelsey Greye.

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Author Kelsey Greye left me with a desire to track down her first two books, so much was the enjoyment I derived from her most recent novel, All That Remains. Upon reading the book’s description on Amazon, I shivered, and … Continue reading

Will You Forget?

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Today, November 11th, is Remembrance Day. We remember the soldiers who lost their lives in World War 1 and we honour their sacrifice by wearing red poppies and holding commemorative services. The word “remember” means to retain in memory, to … Continue reading

Praise for “Remarklably Ordinary” by Arthelo Palmer

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I have no other most important words to say about Remarkably Ordinary than the ones existing in my thought that it’s a modern precious literary gem trying to showcase a strong reflection of life. Susan Harris has remarkably depicted her … Continue reading

Is the Parable of the Seeds more than just for the Gospel?

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We’ve known them exclusively as responses to the gospel. Ground and fruit. Soil and words. Words can fall on many kinds of soil (or lack of soil). In Matthew 13, Jesus identifies four types of ground on which seeds can … Continue reading

Review of RAISE YOUR GAZE

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In true Peter Black style lie encouragement, insights and wisdom in this little volume, Raise Your Gaze. Penned in the gentlest manner, Peter’s pastor’s heart shines through like a pristine dewdrop on a perfect petal. The knowledge of the Word … Continue reading

Smokey’s Lockout: a tale of mischief and mayhem

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By Galen Simmons, Advance Reporter Cats can be a constant source of aggravation, mischief and curiosity, not to mention entertainment for those who read about them, a concept that a Melville author took advantage of when she submitted a story … Continue reading

Susan and Tyler on Little Copper Pennies

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Short video here: http://youtu.be/msiu8q6XYWg It’s finally uploaded. My latest video interview from CTV where host Tyler Esquivel chats with me about my revised editions of Little Copper Pennies and Little Copper Pennies for Kids. Just click on this link for the clip … Continue reading

Little Copper Pennies – Revised Edition from Borealis Press IN COLOUR

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Little Copper Pennies immortalizes the fun, traditions and language associated with the Canadian icon, the retired penny. Unique, the only brown coin, and with the maple leaf, the little penny has left holes in many hearts. This is not a … Continue reading

Little Copper Pennies for KIDS – Revised from Borealis Press July 1, 2014

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REVISED EDITION from Borealis Press – Little Copper Pennies for KIDS is a keepsake picture book of the Canadian penny. With a reading level for Gr 1-3 and few pages at Gr 6 level, this book is intended for a child to … Continue reading