"Historical fiction breathes life into history, bringing back a world that must never be forgotten."
Genevieve Graham graduated from the University of Toronto in 1986 with a Bachelor of Music in Performance (playing oboe). While on a ski vacation in Alberta she met a really cute guy in the chairlift line-up and they skied together for two days. After the second day she decided she had to have him ... permanently. The couple (now husband & wife) subsequently moved to Calgary and brought two intelligent, beautiful, and talented daughters into the world. They have recently settled in a small, quiet town in Nova Scotia and are loving their new life.
"Tides of Honour" was written out of her love for both history and her home in Nova Scotia, and she is currently writing a companion novel since her characters demanded it of her.
"Under the Same Sky," "Sound of the Heart," and "Somewhere to Dream" were inspired by her love of the 18th century, which she discovered by reading some of the greatest authors of our time.
(Gabaldon, Donati, P.Simons, Kearsley, P.Williamson, C.C.Humphries ...)