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|Home||Chronicler Publishing is now accepting new manuscripts for our new session of publishing. Our new location is #402 17150 94A Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Phone: 1-780-487-5133.
We are about to release several new books for the holiday season.
McCord's Quiet Rebellion by Maria L. Ierfino-Adornato is the story of a young woman living in the Province of Quebec in the 1840's during a time of rebellion in both Upper and Lower Canada.It has now been published and is available at Amazon.ca, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and many other online bookstores.
Anne Marie Martel by Ethel Devlin, s.e.j. is now available from the publisher, Chronicler Publishing Bookstore, Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Barnes and Noble, and many other booksellers and bookstores. Anne Marie Martel is the story of a remarkable woman who in the 18th century worked tirelessly to help the poor, especially the women, of her city, Le Puy, France. From her work an order of nuns was founded, the Sisters of the Child Jesus, who have spread worldwide and into Canada. It is a fascinating story of a dedicated woman.
The Avengers by Charles O. Goulet has been published and is now available from the publisher, Chronicler Publishing Bookstore, Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Barnes and Noble, and many other bookstores and booksellers. The Avengers is the continuing story of the Marin family as it struggles to survive in the hostile world of North America in the early 18th century as France and England vie for supremacy by raids, massacres, incursions, and war.
Charles O. Goulet's latest novel, Alberta: The Sun Dance has been published and is now available at Chronicler Publishing, Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Barnes and Noble, Borders, and many other online bookstores. Alberta: The Sun Dance is the story of Little Bear, a Blackfoot brave who wants to organized all the Blackfoot tribes into a confederacy to make them strong against their enemies, but he is thwarted by the other tribes and his own people.
Alan Fisk's novel of medieval Newfoundland, Forty Testoons, is republished by Chronicler Publishing and was released September 15, 2007. Father Ralph Fletcher is hired for forty shillings, also called testoons, to serve the English fishermen who come to Newfoundland to fish on the Grand Banks. It is a story of conspiracy, spies, and treason. Forty Testoons is now available from Chronicler Publishing Bookstore, Amazon.com, and soon by many other booksellers.
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