This is a historical post in that it refers back to October 18. Kelly Duffin (Executive Director of The Writers Union of Canada) and I were dashing in to hear the second reading of Bill C11, the copyright bill. But I stopped at the Eternal Flame to read Lena Coakley’s brand new Witchlanders. Okay not really. I was reading it on the my Porter Airlines flight to and from but I didn’t have anyone to photograph me there. Instead, a fantasy in front of Parliament. More dramatic and fitting I think. Witchlanders tells an engrossing story about witches and magic and my favourite, the Dredhounds. The cover is beautiful I’ll have to take a picture of it more close up. Pale blue with strands of white ice on it. The writing is pure magic too. Get a copy and read it somewhere comfy.
Witchlanders by Lena Coakley at the Eternal Flame in Ottawa
by Sylvia McNicoll | Oct 31, 2011 | Sylvia McNicoll | 1 comment
Awww! I haven't been to Ottawa in years, Sylvia, but I'm glad my book got there! Thanks!