is a splendid omnibus of why writers write, what keeps them writing, and what happens when they stop (willingly or not)."
— Globe and Mail
"An essential book. . . . Buy it. Read it." —
Peter C. Newman
is popcorn for the literary-loving mind."
— Winnipeg Free Press
"Bruce gives readers much to savour . . . you can virtually start anywhere and find something to inspire and fascinate."
— Ottawa Citizen
"An effervescent new book." — National Post
"Entertaining and essential reading for fans of writing." — Atlantic Books TodayFrom the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Harry Bruce, a Halifax-based author of many books, has been gathering these stories all of his life.From the Hardcover edition.