Sue Taylor-Davidson lives in Ottawa. Her life has been full and happy, with a wonderful husband and 3 great step-children, a large extended family, commitment to Aboriginal issues, research jobs, library work, babies, animals (specifically cats), editing, NGOs dedicated to education and library development, lots of gardening, knitting, Shakespeare research, reading, art and writing. She loves people and sings in a community choir. Her education is diverse, ranging from health studies, theology, Native studies, library science and early childhood education.
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Books: To Pluck a Crow (Coming 2017!)
By Éric Desmarais
Young Adult Paranormal Mystery
Elizabeth Coderre has always known that there was something strange about her home town, Baker Ontario, but it isn’t until her English teacher disappears that she starts to find out how strange. Getting through classes, killer kitten swarms, and bullies are going to be the easy parts of surviving at Sir Arthur Conan Doyle High. Elizabeth and her best friends, Jackie and Angela, are up to the challenge… they hope.
Madona Skaff-Koren was a research technologist and now writes full time. She’s published several science-fiction and mystery short stories.
One of her two recent stories, which appear in “The Whole She-Bang 2”, a Toronto Sisters in Crime anthology, was a Finalist in the Arthur Ellis award for excellence in Canadian crime writing.
She lives in Ottawa, Canada. Her dog’s contribution to writing involves warming her feet. A Journey of a Thousand Steps is her debut novel.