Author Archives: t. a. keenleyside

About t. a. keenleyside

author of travel/food books and popular fiction

Covid Capers

Impatient to be travelling but stuck at home? Try some virtual travelling with the entertaining and informative stories from many countries included in these books. You don’t have to get up off the couch to have unique adventures in other … Continue reading

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Author Signing, August 16

T.A. Keenleyside will be at the Rosseau Market in Rosseau, Ontario on Friday, August 16, from 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m., autographing copies of his latest novel, All The Way, nominated for the 2019 Governor General’s fiction prize. He will … Continue reading

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“All The Way” on the Toronto Waterfront

The Toronto waterfront features prominently in the novel, “All The Way” and there is a video about this aspect of the book posted at http://www.facebook.com/terry.keenleyside and at http://LinkedIn.com/terry-keenleyside. Here is a brief quotation from one chapter of the book dealing with the … Continue reading

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Author Signing

T. A, Keenleyside will be at the Rosseau Market in Rosseau, Ontario, Friday, July 19 autographing copies of his latest novel, “All The Way.” He will also have available at reduced prices copies of his earlier novel, “In A Spin”, … Continue reading

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A Different View of Rosedale

The Toronto neighbourhood of Rosedale features several times in the novel, All The Way, for it is the home of two of the characters, Linda and Jay. The image depicted, however, is very different from the traditional view of this … Continue reading

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“All The Way” Through College

This is the campus of the University of Toronto where the characters in the novel, “All The Way” consolidate the friendships they made in the summer of 1958 and form relations that, in most cases lead to marriage.     … Continue reading

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Video about “All The Way”

A new, short video about the novel, “All The Way” is online at: http://www.facebook.ca/terry.keenleyside, and at http://www.Linkedin.ca. Set in Toronto, Ontario cottage country, and the coast of Maine, “All The Way” is a good summer read. Available from http://www.borealispress.com and … Continue reading

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“All The Way” Released

Borealis Press is delighted to announce the release of a novel about lifelong friendship and the challenges confronted along the way. It should have special appeal for readers familiar with Toronto and Ontario cottage country, the principal venues where the … Continue reading

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The Novel, “All The Way” Coming Soon!

  All The Way, a new novel by T.A. Keenleyside, will be released in March by Borealis Press of Ottawa. Six teenagers meet at a summer hotel in 1958. It is at a time in life when they are full of … Continue reading

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Travelling In A World Overrun With Tourists

Here are views of the Trevi Fountain in Rome, taken at the very end of October, 2018. No longer is it possible to have an unobstructed view of the fountain, and to push your way through the throng close enough … Continue reading

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