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.
By Caroline Frechette
Young Adult / Science-fiction
Extreme paranoia, withdrawal, and sheer, unadulterated power run through Nathan’s veins. It was all he’d ever known.
Then he meets Annie, an undead ghoul. She sees, in him, the potential to finally succeed in her quest to bring herself back to life. In exchange for his help, she offers to show him that there is so much more to life beyond dumpster diving, living in abandoned buildings, and eating out of discarded cans.
When Nathan accepts the offer, he undergoes an incredibly dangerous journey to bring back the dead, confront his own past, and make his heart vulnerable to Annie, who may have a deeper connection to him than he suspected.