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April 20, 2014       What's On in The Kawarthas!
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Welcome to kawarthaREADS! This section is dedicated to fiction and non-fiction about The Kawarthas, or by authors who live, visit and love The Kawarthas. Enjoy the selections and consider submitting one of your own! Simply send your selection in for consideration – to publisher “at” kawarthaNOW.com. The length of your piece should not exceed 750 words.

Bill Templeman

Bill Templeman

“Leadership Basics for Frontline Managers”

An excerpt from local writer Bill Templeman's book on how to become a better leader

Bill Templeman is a writer, instructor, speaker, program designer, and coach with 20 years of experience working with corporate, public sector and nonprofit clients. He has a strong background in experiential education (action learning), training program design, and process facilitation. He holds a B.A. in psychology from Concordia University in Montreal and an M.A. in English from the University of Toronto. Bill has worked with clients across Canada and the United States. He has written, designed, and delivered a wide range of training programs to employee and management groups, including team effectiveness, leadership development, managing change, career transition, sales/client service, and coaching. More ...
Lucinda Hage with her son Paul Tiller (photo courtesy of Linda Hage)

“What Time is the 9:20 Bus?”

Local author’s book is the first in Canada about the successful transition of a child with a disability to adulthood. [Read the article]
Ian Rogers (photo: Kathryn Verhulst Rogers)

“The House on Ashley Avenue”

An excerpt from the debut collection of dark fiction by award-winning Peterborough author Ian Rogers. [Read the article]
Tales from the Raven Cafe

“Napoleon Adolphus Simpson, Esq.”

An excerpt by Lloyd Graham from the book “Tales from the Raven Cafe”. [Read the article]
Wendy Trusler at work in Antarctica (photo: Sandy Nicholson)

“The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning”

Feeding the troops while picking up 28 years of garbage at the bottom of the world. [Read the article]

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