Sunday, April 20, 2014

New books by Donna Mann, Emily Harper, and Theresa O'Neil (writing as B.J. Lucknow)

Hi, Brian.
I am delighted to tell you that I've had two books published recently.
Aggie's Voice (Brucedale Press) is the last book of the trilogy on the young life of Agnes Macphail, first woman elected to Canadian parliament. You can check out all three books in the trilogy here.
A Rare Find (Castle Quay Books Canada – available here) is the story of an Alberta midwife. This book was 25 years in the process toward publication. I learned valuable historical research lessons in this venture.
Your workshops have been invaluable to me over the years; each one I attend moves me closer to achieving my goals. Thank you. 
All the best to you and yours,
Donna Mann

Hi, Brian.
I have attended many of your seminars as well as your reading events.  I wanted to let you know that I’ve self-published my book White Lies. It’s available on Amazon here.
Thank you for all your advice!
Emily Harper

Hi, Brian.
I have self-published a book, Without Rigor Mortis, under the pseudonym B.J. Lucknow. I’ve pasted in more info below.
All the best,
Theresa O'Neil
aka B.J. Lucknow
Without Rigor Mortis by B.J. LUCKNOW
An overtired intern, Ian McClintock, is into his second shift in the Emergency Department of St. Cinnabar Hospital when he sees a strangely clad fellow intern waving at him to follow. Ian is surprised as he realizes the doctor is leading him into the morgue. 
The other intern mysteriously disappears, and Ian hears moaning and crying coming from one of the locked cadaver drawers. Fighting the urge to flee, Ian opens the drawer to find a cleaning lady inside, alive but suffering from hypothermia.
Ian finds himself obsessed with the need to discover who put the poor woman into a locked cadaver drawer. Nightmares and bizarre encounters with other medical staff pursue Ian until he is sure he will lose his mind before he solves the mystery.
Without Rigor Mortis can be purchased at my website: or via http://bookstore.xlibris

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