Sudbury author Teresa Naseba Marsh is celebrating her new book, The Courage of a Nation: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss, with a book signing on Oct. 17, at Sudbury Paint & Custom Framing on Elgin St., from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This is Marsh’s second book, with her first one, Enlightenment Is Letting Go: Healing from Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss, published in 2010.
Join Marsh on Oct. 17 to buy a signed copy and to meet the author. For everyone who attends, there will be a chance to win a book.
For more information about Marsh or her new book, visit www.teresamarshauthor.com.
Join Haweaters author Oct. 21
Based on the real-life 1877 killings of two members of one family by two members of another, The Haweaters brings to life some of Manitoulin’s earliest European settlers as they struggle against nature, poverty, and each other in a collective quest to leave their dubious pasts behind them and attain prosperity in this rugged wilderness community.
Join BC author Vanessa Farnsworth as she reads from her historical novel and takes questions from readers on Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. EDT on Zoom.
Register at www.vanessafarnsworth.com/events. Funded by The Writers Union of Canada.