By: Russell Bowers
In his new novel, author Bill Rowe imagines a former British PM fascinated with his First Nations roots and driven by time to share his story
“You found the place,” Bill Rowe exclaims as I pull up to the driveway.
He greets me at the door
Amazing Grace is the perfect children’s book for anyone who has ever loved a furry friend
Some children’s books are simply for fun while others teach valuable life lessons. Amazing Grace is one of the latter, while still being an adorable tale of a furry tailed little kitten named Grace.
Photographer and photo book author Dennis Minty releases his new eBook Slow Photography, Images with Intent showcasing a collection of photos that take on a more philosophical approach
To belong to a place is a gift. I have been blessed with a profound and abiding sense of belonging to Newfoundland,”
In 1982, Catherine Linehan lost five of her children in a house fire. In took 40 years, and the persistence of her daughter, but that story is now being told
By: Russell Bowers
It’s a family tragedy many would find too much to bear. In June of 1982, a house
The Herald talks with Rick Mercer about Talking to Canadians, plus all kinds of other grand yarn topics that come up while shooting the breeze in a shed
Having a gab with Rick Mercer while he’s hove off in his shed at home in Newfoundland is like talking with an ol’ buddy from
Bestselling author and distinguished broadcast journalist Linden MacIntyre shares how he’s always been connected to the province of his birth
Linden MacIntyre has much to celebrate. Besides a 40-year career as one of Canada’s most accomplished broadcast and investigative journalists, he’s also a bestselling author.
His first novel, The
Earl Pilgrim pens his sixth book
by J.M. Sullivan
“Now, it is a documented fact that over the years people have had dreams and visions of things happening far away. Ninety-nine per cent of the time these prophecies turned out to be nothing more than bouts of fantasy