Many of Emily-Jane Hills Orford's stories and novels reflect her national pride. She loves writing about Canada and the extraordinary Canadians who have made Canada a great nation. Emily-Jane's stories have appeared in History Magazine, Canadian Stories Magazine, and Western People. She has written several fiction and non-fiction books: Spring; Summer; Autumn; Winter; Ukulele Yukon; Letters From Inside; The Creative Spirit; It Happened in Canada (Books 1, 2, and 3); Personal Notes; The Whistling Bishop; Songs of the Voyageurs; and F-Stop: A Life in Pictures. An award-winning author, she was named a finalist for the 2009 Next Generation Indie Book Awards with her book, The Whistling Bishop, and again as finalist in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards with her book, F-Stop: A Life in Pictures. Emily-Jane has a Masters degree in Canadian Studies from Carleton University and a strong academic background in Canadian music and art history. For more information about the author, check out her website at: emilyjanebooks.ca.
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