#authorinterview: Hope for Haiti — Elizabeth Gauffreau

Today I was excited to see that my author friend, Elizabeth Gauffreau, had posted interviews with myself, and author Keith Madsen. Please follow the link below to view her post, if you’d like to read them. Thank you, Elizabeth, for taking the time to support us, and for the excellent job you did in creating this post!

I am always interested in books that speak to each other, whether by design or coincidentally. Such is the case with The Sons and Daughters of Toussaint by Keith Madsen and Vanished by Mark Bierman. Both books have as their subject the troubled nation island of Haiti–yet they take very different approaches when using fiction […]

#authorinterview: Hope for Haiti — Elizabeth Gauffreau

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Born and raised on a farm near Brockville, Ontario, Mark Bierman's childhood consisted of chores, riding horses, snowmobile races across open fields, fishing trips to a local lake, and many other outdoor adventures. He was also an avid reader of both fiction and non. Transitioning towards adulthood also meant moving from the farm and into large urban areas that introduced this country boy to life in the big cities. After a short stint as a private investigator, he moved into the role of Correctional Officer, working at both Millhaven Institution and Kingston Penitentiary, until it closed.

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