Category Archives: adult fiction

“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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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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New Novel Coming Soon

Borealis Press of Ottawa will soon be releasing a dramatic, new novel by T.A. Keenleyside, entitled All The Way. The book follows the ups and downs in the lives of eight friends over a sixty-year period. It is set mainly … Continue reading

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Canada 150, Prince Edward Island

Happy 150th birthday, Canada! On this day, it seems appropriate to offer an excerpt from “The Little Prince” about the conference in Charlottetown that set the stage for Confederation three years later: Even today, the little island “resting on the … Continue reading

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The Weird Writer’s Waning Weekly Witticisms

Here is the answer to last week’s witticism #23: Question: Why did the struggling author not cross the road? Answer: He was at a dead end! Wistfully, the Weird Writer’s Weekly Weak Witticism has wheezed its woebegone end. Thanks to … Continue reading

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Weird Writer’s Weekly Witticism # 23

First, the answer to last week’s question: What happened when the car hit the author crossing the road? Short answer: It was a write off! Long answer: A witness overlooking the accident from a second STORY balcony, had to PAGE … Continue reading

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