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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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Author Talks and Book Signings

The following are impending talks and book signings by author Terry Keenleyside, accompanied by his wife Dorothy: Authors for Indies, Book City 1430 Yonge St., Toronto (Yonge and St. Clair) Saturday, April 30, 3.30-4.30 p.m. Author signing of the novel,¬†In … 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 and Ice Hockey

There is more about ice hockey in the novel In A Spin than there is about figure-skating and that is because two of the central characters, Henry and Max, are drawn together by their shared¬†love of the game, even though, … Continue reading

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