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Authors’ Corner at the Edmonton Woman’s Show


Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (April 6, 2006) ~ Family Productions Inc. is gearing up for this spring’s Edmonton Woman’s Show, taking place on April 8th & 9th at Northlands AgriCom in Edmonton, Alberta.

This year’s Authors’ Corner features eight Canadian authors:

• Sue Paulson is an inspirational speaker and award-winning author of Tips & Tools to Speak with Confidence: Keys to Finding Your Voice (book and CD-Rom) and Tips & Tools for Student Success: Keys for Higher Grades (book format only).
• Jackson Carter specializes in Canadian thrillers with his novels Sins in the Name of the Father and Bull.
• Rosalie Rasmussen has three engaging children’s books: The Way of The North, When Bad Things Happen and Where in the House is Carmen’s Cleopatra?
• Kelly Keehn is the author of The Woman’s Guide to Money and The Prosperity Factor.
• Jim Soliski is the author of Does Your Meter Work?!, a paper-back anthology that follows him as he travels the world
• Harry Aime is the author of Overalls, Red Serge, and Robes, his memoir of life in the Canadian north. Harry’s wife, Marjorie, released Northern Memories, a memoir that describes the adventures of a young Canadian woman, who heads North―from a small town in Manitoba―alone.
• Cheryl Kaye Tardif is author of a terrifying techno-thriller The River, a novel that has attracted readers of Michael Crichton (Timeline) and Dan Brown (The Da Vinci Code). Divine Intervention, her psychic suspense, has been compared to Nora Roberts’ (aka J.D. Robb) ‘In Death’ series. Whale Song is an emotional mystery about lost memories.

Tardif is the Edmonton Area Publishing Associate for Trafford Publishing, a leading print-on-demand publisher based in Victoria, BC., and CEO of BookAdz, a company that promotes Canadian and American writers. She is the founder of, and A.F.T.E.R. Canada, an organization that raises funds for survivors of tragic events.

Come out on April 8th & 9th to the Edmonton Woman’s Show, check out Authors’ Corner and pick up autographed, personalized books from any of these extraordinary authors! Hours: Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm.

For more information about the Edmonton Woman’s Show please check out their website at or call 780-490-0215.


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