Village Books is pleased to welcome local authors Nancy Canyon and Cami Ostman to the Virtual Readings Gallery! Order your signed copy of Celia's Heaven, exclusively from Village Books.
Join us as Nancy Canyon presents her long-awaited novel and winner of the Cygnus Award: Paranormal Fiction from Chanticleer Reviews! She will be in conversation with fellow Bellingham author, Cami Ostman.
It’s as if a large chunk of her heart was wrenched away in an instant. Celia’s twin sister died suddenly in a terrible accident. Now Celia is haunted by this dear sister who is gone forever. Moreover, the emotional distance between herself and her parents, the only family that’s left behind, is painful. From her hell on earth, she yearns for her own, Celia’s Heaven, where all could be right again. But the road to Heaven is paved with broken promises and a shattering revelation.
Set against a backdrop of a nightmarish snowstorm, Canyon’s characters are put to the test, trying to survive the current situation that seems to have supernatural strength and the emotional turmoil they each face. Is peace a possibility? Is happiness and love too much to hope for? Celia’s twin may know something that will change lives forever if only Celia discovers the key to unlock her message.
“A deadly storm, a cryptic secret, and one woman who holds the key - only she's deceased. Will her twin be able to unravel the tale and resolve the storm? That's the question in this beautifully penned, dramatic novel. Highly recommended.” – Chanticleer Reviews
Nancy Canyon holds the MFA in Creative Writing from Pacific Lutheran University and a Certificate in Fiction from University of Washington. Her writing and art is published in publications like Cirque, Raven Chronicles, Clover: A Literary Rag, Popcorn Farm, and includes a book of poetry, Saltwater. Ms. Canyon is a creative writing instructor for Whatcom Community College Community Ed and a Writing Coach for "The Narrative Project". She lives near the lake in Bellingham, Washington with her artist husband and their dog and cat. Currently, she is completing a memoir about two seasons spent working as a fire lookout attendant in the 70s in the Clearwater National Forest. See more at http://nancyloucanyon.blogspot.com and www.nancycanyon.com.