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published: Sep 2010
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Penny Loves Wade, Wade Loves Penny

by Caroline Woodward

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published: Sep 2010
ISBN:9780889822672
publisher: Oolichan Books
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In this long-awaited novel, Caroline Woodward returns to her Peace River roots. Penny Loves Wade, Wade Loves Penny is a contemporary story about middle-aged love enduring despite many obstacles. It is a retelling of The Odyssey, with a road story looping south from the Peace River region to the West Coast and across the province through the Kootenays before the wanderer struggles to find his way north, and home.

About the Author

Caroline Woodward is the author of the children’s books The Village of Many Hats (Oolichan Books, 2012) and Singing Away the Dark (Simply Read Books, 2010). She has also written books for adults, including a bestselling memoir, Light Years: Memoir of a Modern Lighthouse Keeper (Harbour Publishing, 2015). She lives and works as a lightkeeper on the Lennard Island Lightstation, near Tofino, BC, with husband Jeff George. Learn more about her at www.carolinewoodward.ca.

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Caroline Woodward lives, works and writes on the Lennard Island Lightstation near Tofino, British Columbia. Prior to her career as a lighthouse keeper she worked in almost every aspect of the literary world from book-reviewer to book-seller and most points on either side and in between. She was raised on a homestead in the north Peace River region of B.C. and has studied, worked and travelled widely ever since. She is the author of five books including Disturbing the Peace (Polestar, 1990), nominated for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize and Alaska Highway Two-Step (Polestar, 1993), nominated for the Arthur Ellis Best First Mystery Award.

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