Edwards Magazine Turns 5 Years Old!
Over the years, our face has changed (literally: we went through a couple of makeovers). I have found myself stepping back, not having my voice as prominent as it once was, in order to highlight our talented writers. Our volunteers have changed over the years, but the one thing that has stayed the same is the loyalty to the magazine; the dedication of my volunteers; the kindness of our readers.[continue reading...]
In case you missed it... Here's an index to our most recent articles.
Let's talk books.
Grab a cup of coffee. Pull up a chair. Unwind.
The Edwards Book Club provides a comforting, yet, stimulating environment for book-o-holics and novice readers alike— a place to gather and talk books. The Book Club offers a variety of pages to explore—all with one interweaving theme - books.
So sit back. Take a deep breath. Slow time for the moment.
And let yourself enjoy a good book again.
If you would like to participate in The Edwards Book Club, I'd like to hear from you!
Editor’s Note: As Amy neared the birth of her second child, she offered to share her experiences as she tries ...
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Love him or loathe him, there’s no doubt that Michael Moore certainly gets people thinking. After watching Capitalism: A Love ...
Usually found: in my sketchbook or at my bench
Hometown: Charlottetown, PEI
Occupation: Jewellery designer/metalsmith and most recently the metals studio technician at the Nova Scotia Centre of Craft and Design ( I begin in September)
Tell us about your art: My work up to this point has been one-of-a-kind pieces. My work [...]
Published by HarperCollins, 2010
This is most likely going to be the hardest review I have ever written and may ever write. Usually when I review a book, I talk about believability of plot and writing style. For nonfiction, where plot has to be believed, I talk about engagement of characters to the [...]
Think back to your childhood. Do you remember the gifts you received each year? Or do you remember the fun things? The Grinch had it right when he told us that Christmas could not be bought in a store; that maybe Christmas means a little bit more.
Heating costs are rising every year forcing many families to choose between heat and food. There are some simple, affordable, and easy ways to reduce heating costs no matter where you live.