Category Archives: sexual behaviour

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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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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