Kathleen’s Cariole Ride is the perfect book to upload for your vacation, Amazon customers say.  #love story #Canadian landscape #adventure http://wp.me/p2dNT0-md

“It is a beautiful love story, quick read with meaningful pictures that really capture your heart. I’m not familiar with the Canadian landscape, but this makes me want to research more! ”Stephanie Brown Aquino, San Dimas, California. 

“This book on the author’s parents and their short sojourn in Northern Canada 90 years ago breathes life into a picture of native relations, missionary fever, and northern living some 90 years ago. I found the story to be captivating and enjoyable – the story line is clear and focused, and it is written with a sense of excitement and involvement that captures the reader’s attention. The fact that the author is writing a brief history of her own parents in rough living conditions and with a different set of cultures shows how much the background of our north has changed in less than a century.”  Robert D.  Brown, Toronto, Canada

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This and many other colorful incidents from Canada’s past are recounted in Margaret’s family histories, A Book of Kells: Growing Up in an Ego Void and its abridged e-book version Kathleen’s Cariole Ride.

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  1. johnlmalone says:

    I don’t know this author, Margaret but I do enjoy the short stories of one of your best known authors, Alice Munro who has unfortunately just announced she has ceased writing 😦


    • Hi John,
      It’s me!
      Nice to hear from you. I wonder why Munro is not writing? Did the Muse leave her ? It’s not a catastrophe for me because I haven’t read many of her stories yet, not to mention enoying rereading them.


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