Biographies

Hayward, Don

Don Hayward Hayward Don
 
Don Hayward is the author of the non-mystery novels, After the Last Day and The Seventh Path. He grew up at a hydro-electric generating site on the Spanish River, surrounded by the natural world of the Canadian Shield hard rock country. Don was six years old when he took his first train trip from Turbine to Espanola Ontario behind a steam locomotive much like the “Pacific” in Murder On the Goderich Local. His love of trains came as a little boy riding with the local delivery man to meet the milk and mail train, all in the steam era. He has crossed both Canada and Australia by train, ridden the old narrow gauge “Ghan” to Alice Springs in Australia and the “Polar Bear Express” in northern Ontario Canada. Don and his wife Diane have five children and fourteen grandchildren. They now live in Goderich Ontario on Lake Huron. Aside from Murder on the Goderich Local, Don has published the novels below.
 
 
Please read my newly published novel: The Seventh Path and my first novel  After the Last Day.
 
The e-book versions can be ordered at Smashwords via the link below.
 

Salley, IIona

Ilona Salley    Salley Ilona

Ilona Salley emigrated from Germany to Toronto, Canada, with her family when she was three. Throughout her life, her interests have included squash, skiing, wood carving, literature, art, and languages. Her fascination with architecture and archaeology has led her to travel in search of ancient places and artifacts. After a long career as an educator, she expanded her horizons by teaching in England and China. Now she spends part of each year in Fort Myers, Florida. Her first novel, YESTERDAY IS NEVER GONE, received an Editor's Choice award.

Boota, Ludvica

Ludvica Boota 

Ludvica Boota comes to the CWC with over 10 years of experience in corporate administration, which has helped her develop a healthy sense of humor. A publishing enthusiast, she holds an MBA from the University of Victoria and is currently enrolled in the publishing program at Ryerson University.

 

 

Lazarus, Eve

Eve Lazarus

Eve Lazarus is a Vancouver-based writer with an Aussie accent and a passion for true crime and unconventional history. She is a former Vancouver Sun reporter and has written for a variety of newspapers and magazines including the Globe and Mail, Style at Home, and Costco Connection. Her true crime books include the BC bestsellers Blood, Sweat, and Fear: the story of Inspector Vance, Vancouver’s first forensic investigator and Cold Case Vancouver: the city’s most baffling unsolved murders, a 2016 finalist for the Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Choice Award at the BC Book Prizes. Eve serves on the board of the Vancouver Historical Society, blogs at Every Place has a Story — http://evelazarus.com/blog/ and administers a Facebook group page called Cold Case Canada.

Website:         www.evelazarus.com

Facebook:       https://www.facebook.com/everyplacehasastory

                     https://www.facebook.com/groups/ColdCaseCanada/

Twitter:          @evelazarus

 

 

 

Ogilvie, Ken

Ken Ogilvie

Ken Ogilvie  has worked in a variety of roles in the environmental field, including holding positions with three governments in Canada (Federal, Manitoba and Ontario) and serving as the Executive Director of Pollution Probe, one of Canada’s longest-standing environmental groups. He remains active as a policy consultant on energy and climate change, and sits on the Boards of Directors for two nonprofit organizations. Ken has been awarded honourary doctorates from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and Thompson Rivers University, British Columbia.

Ken’s first book is titled HER DARK PATH, published on September 10, 2017, by Joffe Books of London, England.