Category Archives: ice hockey

Canada 150, Saskatchewan

Continuing the journey across the country, here are some excerpts from “Queen of the West.” It’s game five of the Stanley Cup final and the Anaheim Mighty Ducks are leading the Ottawa Senators 4-2. We’re flying into Regina and the … Continue reading

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Cottage Life

In the novel, In A Spin, cottage life plays a role in dramatizing the differences in character between the two principal couples in the story. For Max and Carol Telford relaxing in the summer at their rustic island retreat on … Continue reading

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Caitlyn Jenner’s Gender Change Isn’t the Only Interesting Sexual Story

Caitlyn Jenner’s transformation from male athlete to attractive female has been a major media story for many months. The level of interest in her is reflected in the fact that one of her recent Facebook posts has received over 1.5 … Continue reading

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In A Spin, What is Henry up to?

Here’s an excerpt from the dramatic and funny chapter of In A Spin where Joanne discovers whether or not her husband, Henry, is having an affair: …on the front steps, as she took our her key to unlock the door, … Continue reading

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In A Spin, A New Novel by T.A. Keenleyside

    Henry, a high school teacher and hockey coach, and Joanne, a figure skating instructor, appear to be an ordinary, happily married couple in a sleepy university town, noted for propriety not scandal. But are they? Joanne comes to … Continue reading

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