Laura E. Young is a journalist based in Sudbury and the author of the award-winning Solo Yet Never Alone Swimming the Great Lakes. A graduate of the University of Kings College in Halifax, N.S., she has worked in various media in Northern Ontario and has won awards for sports, feature, and spot-news writing through the OCNA. She teaches in Cambrian College's public relations program and is a certified lifeguard, swimmer and advocate for water quality and safety.
This week we continued to #ReadIndigenous with four more stellar books, went behind the scenes with two publishers, got our spooks on with some nightmarish book covers and scary reads, and much more.
While nowhere near the dedication needed to achieve an Olympic medal (and three times, no less!), putting out a book in a shorter turnaround time is a publisher's own extreme sport. We went under the cover of Olympian and World pair Figure Skating champions Meaghan Duhamel ... Read more
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