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Edible Gardening for Beginners

Edible Gardening for Beginners is a series of free workshops by the PEI Food Exchange teaching the b [ ... ]

Embroidery exhibit

Members’ Exhibition: Embroiderers’ Association of Canada, a show of more than 100 stitched piece [ ... ]

Mima

Her Name is Mariah – MimaMima’s fourth book, Her Name is Mariah, was officially released in April via her website. This is the follow up to her 2014 book, The Rock Star of Vampires.

Mariah Nichols was adaptable. She lived through her parent’s bitter divorce, a childhood of neglect and the discovery that her only sibling was transgender—so the concept of turning into a mortal vampire was just one more adjustment in an already chaotic life. But when tragedy rips through Mariah’s heart, she realizes what it takes to survive in the world. She must become like an animal and run on instincts not emotions. Or so she thought. Her name is Mariah, and this is her story.

Her Name is Mariah is available through Amazon.com, Amazon.ca Amazon.uk, iUniverse.com, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, Kindle, Book Depository and Amazon.au.

To learn more, readers can check out www.mimaonfire.com.

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Some Upcoming Events

If It’s Alright With You

The Life and Music Of My Father, Gene MacLellan Mondays | Tuesdays | Wednesdays
PEI Brewing Company  [ ... ]

Indian River Festival

July artist lineup celebrates summer on PEI Select dates
Historic St Mary's  Indian River Fe [ ... ]

Beast

Until July 18
City Cinema 14A, coarse language, sexual content, disturbing content
Dir: Michael Pearc [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

A gift of Island poetry: Steve McOrmond

Cats and Dogs Rain, rain, rain on the roof
like a noise machine – you’ve been listening
but you c [ ... ]

Music lover

Profile: Debbie Atkinson by Jane Ledwell Debbie Atkinson volunteered for the first East Coast Musi [ ... ]

Horsetails

The Cove Journal by JoDee Samuelson June has jumped out at us and we are flying in every direction [ ... ]