The Genevieve Graham Interview

Genevieve Graham is the best-selling author of such books as Tides of Honour, Come From Away, At the Mountain's Edge and Promises to Keep. The good news is that Ms. Graham has a new novel that is set for release in March 2020. It is entitled The Forgotten Home Child and it is a historical fiction novel based on the British Home Child program that was in effect from 1896 until 1948.

The Denis Coupal Interview

Denis Coupal is the author of Blindshot, a thriller set in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Published by Linda Leith Publishing, it is Denis’ debut novel. Denis was gracious enough to take time from his schedule to talk about Blindshot, writing screenplays, his favourite books and much more!

Miramichi Reader: Tell us about your background, education, employment, etc.

Thank you for this kind invitation to discuss my writing with The Miramichi Reader.… Continue reading

A Tribute to Raymond Fraser 1941-2018

It was with great sadness that I learned of Raymond Fraser’s passing the other day. Sharon, his ex-wife had posted on his Facebook feed that Ray was ill and in hospital in Fredericton. He wasn’t suffering, she said and he soon died peacefully. He was 77 years old. While I had met Ray several times when he came back to Miramichi to launch one of his books, and we were “friends” on Facebook, we never exchanged more than a few words either in person or online.… Continue reading

The Dian Day Interview

Dian Day is the author of two books, The Clock of Heaven (2008) and The Madrigal (2018). Both are published by Inanna Publications. In the following interview, Ms. Day speaks about her background, the enjoyment of the bucolic Maritimes lifestyle, and how she is finally writing the books she has had in her imagination for 30 years.

Miramichi Reader: Thanks Dian, for taking the time to answer a few questions about your books The Clock of Heaven and The Madrigal as well as some about yourself.Continue reading

The Jennifer Soosar Interview

Soosar is a Toronto-based writer who has just had her first novel Parent Teacher Association published. It is a suspenseful mystery set in the small, strange Pennsylvania town of Splinter Wood, where two children have died in the past two years under mysterious circumstances. You can read a full review of Parent Teacher Association here.

Miramichi Reader: Jennifer, please tell us a bit about your background, etc.… Continue reading