news-iconGerhard Wetzel is pleased to announce that his novel The Charcoal Painter is now available in ebook and print format. The novel follows the exploits of the Strauss family during the period of Hitler’s Germany and into the early post-war period. Spanning Germany, France, Russia, and a POW camp in Canada, The Charcoal Painter is a tale of survival amid terror, fear and despair.

Linda O’Connor has released Perfectly Together, Book 6 in the Perfectly Series. It’s a fun romantic comedy! Perfectly Together — she’s putting down roots. He’s reaching for the sky. How’s that going to work?

Follow @HighParkWriters on Twitter. This weekly, open-to-all writers’ group takes place on Saturday mornings at the High Park Branch of the Toronto Public Library, and is the home base for many CL contributors, including Nancy Kay Clark, Altug Cakmakci, Gemma Meharchand, Elizabeth Barnes and Michelle Braham. Are you looking for a supportive writing group? Join them next Saturday morning from 9:30 – 11 AM.

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  1. Mitchell Toews

    “Read and vote for Mitchell’s story here.” Thx NKC! I died on Deathmatch. A noble death, but still – I’m out. Kinda like Francis Macomber, it felt good to take myself out of my comfort zone and write in a different style. Also, meeting my alter-ego, “Arlo” was interesting! He may return, to speak his foul-mouthed truth. Cheers – m

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