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From funeral home thoughts to this province’s wild and woolly weather, Grandpa Pike shares all in this delightful follow up to his first book, Grandpa Pike’s Outhouse
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Well, once you start talking “Number Two” with Grandpa Pike anything  can, and will, come up. He laughs. “Well, Number Two. Nice, right?

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From acclaimed stage production to groundbreaking anthology, transVersing is one of the first trans-authored traditionally published books in Newfoundland history. 
 
Described as “Shakespeare meets slam poetry and the fiddle meets soapbox rant” by its publishing company Breakwater Books, transVersing is possibly the first trans-authored, traditionally published book to come

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Award-winning writer Gary Collins gets candid on everything from his often gut-wrenching writing process to why his latest novel, The Crackie, just might be his best yet
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Gary Collins is used to hearing from readers, though he shares – almost hesitantly – sometimes he’s overwhelmed by the sentiments. “This

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The Newfoundland Writers Guild celebrates their 50th anniversary in this in-depth feature 
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During a reception at Government House on Oct. 16 to celebrate the Newfoundland Writers Guild’s 50th Anniversary, Lt.-Gov. Judy Foote congratulated members on their writing accomplishments.
Veteran Writers
“I’m an avid reader and many of you here I

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The life of WWII soldier and POW Joseph Kearney is honoured in a new and painstakingly researched work. 
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For authors Frank Galgay and Donna Adams, their latest project has been a long time coming.
A culmination of years of research, Joseph Kearney and the Hunt for Rommel is now available

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