Our Authors

An alphabetical list of our current authors.

Kate Anderson-Bernier

A Gap in the Fence

Kate Anderson-Bernier lives in Guelph, Ontario with her husband and teenage daughters.  She has a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Linguistics and a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Having grown up in a family of natural story tellers, Kate has always been captivated by the crafting and delivery of a good tale. A Gap in the Fence was inspired by memories of her family’s farm in the Canadian prairies.

Nikki Everts

Evidence of Uncertain Origin

After graduating in 1969 from the University of California, Berkeley, Nikki travelled for several months, arriving in Montréal in April, 1970 where she lived until 1992.The events leading up to the FLQ’s kidnapping and murder of Pierre Laporte, the beauty of Montréal and the complexity of Québec politics inspired the setting and backdrop of Evidence of Uncertain Origin, Nikki’s first mystery novel.

Silvia Hildebrandt

Dear Comrade Novak

Born in Romania, Silvia and her family fled to Germany in 1990, after the revolution and the civil war. Only after the publication of her first novel,  A Century Divided, did she begin to reclaim the events of her childhood in writing Dear Comrade Novak, centered on the last years of the Ceaușescu regime.

Lauren Stein

Fun at Work

Lauren Stein has been improvising all her life. She shares her craft as a performer, teacher, writer,speaker, improv therapist, Hebrew Priestess, and Sacred Fool. She holds Bachelor’s degree in Drama; Associate of Trinity College of London in Speech and Drama, and Master’s in Expressive Arts Therapy. She has been teaching improv since 2008.

Marian L Thorpe

Empire’s Legacy trilogy; Oraiáphon; Empire’s Reckoning, Empire’s Heir

After two careers as a research scientist and an educator, Marian decided it was time to do what she’d always really wanted and be a writer. He life-long interest in Roman and post-Roman European history provided the inspiration for her books, while her other interests in landscape history and birding provide background. 

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