Canadian Authors

22 Books We Loved To Read In The '80s

The Huffington Post Canada | Chloe Tejada | Posted 09.13.2016 | Canada Living

Never forget "The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole."

10 Canadian Children's Authors You Must Introduce Your Kids To

The Huffington Post Canada | Isabelle Khoo | Posted 07.06.2016 | Canada Parents

This list goes beyond Robert Munsch and Lucy Maud Montgomery.

14 Best Baby Names Inspired By Canadian Authors

The Huffington Post Canada | Isabelle Khoo | Posted 06.23.2016 | Canada Parents

These names are unique and distinctive.

10 Must-Read Books By Black Canadians

The Huffington Post Canada | Rebecca Ridlington | Posted 02.24.2016 | Canada Living

These are valuable voices sharing fresh and influential stories and perspectives.

Prospecting Tales From Both Sides of the 55th Parallel

Rashida Jeeva | Posted 10.18.2016 | Canada Living
Rashida Jeeva

Barring a few twists, turns and name changes, Either Side of 55 is a reflection of a period of the author's life, and offers insight into the lives of the men who blazed survey lines and staked and jumped claims on both sides of the 55th Parallel in the quest for mineral riches for themselves and their employers.

100 Books Every Canadian Needs To Read

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 10.16.2014 | Canada Living

Not only should we be proud of our vast land of great lakes, natural beauty and hearty foods, but we should also appreciate our piles and piles of boo...

30 Things Canadian Authors Can Teach The Rest Of The World About Wisdom

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 07.02.2014 | Canada Living

Canadian authors refuse to fit into any one category, despite how much we may try to pin them down. Sure, we can now lay claim to a Nobel Prize in ...

How My Writing Allowed Me to Heal

Shaena Lambert | Posted 03.11.2014 | Canada Living
Shaena Lambert

In February, 2012, as I worked to complete my book, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I was thrust into a world of MRIs, visits to the cancer clinic, operations, radiation. I was afraid. Yet, to my surprise, I found myself writing in a more focused way than ever before, with more efficiency and less drama. Even on bad days, I headed to my desk. By disappearing into writing, I had a refuge, and to my surprise the stories I had been having trouble finishing finished themselves. The cancer may have nailed me, but I really felt, as I sat writing under that apple tree, that I was nailing it back.

Public Relations Dark Art Secrets -- Where, Oh, Where Should It Be?

Stephen Weir | Posted 11.18.2013 | Canada Business
Stephen Weir

I have done it in a plane. On a train. There was that time amongst Cuba's sugar cane. Always too often in the rain, and even yes, once in Spain (well ...

Should I Let a Man Be My Domestic Slave?

Delaine Moore | Posted 11.10.2012 | Canada Living
Delaine Moore

So I received a proposition this week from a man I met online. I'm still trying to decide if it's indecent. Is it different? Yes. Freaky? Borderline. Am I considering it? Hmmmm...kind of. This large, manly, uber sexy hunk has an unusual desire: He wants to be my domestic. That's right. Domestic. As in as in down on his hands and knees, cleaning my toilets and floors and whatever else I want him to do.