Latitude 46 Publishing Releases Diana Douglas’ Debut Novel

Latitude 46 Publishing is thrilled to announce details of the release of its second fall title Somewhere Picking Dandelions by Diana Douglas.

Diana Douglas Somewhere Picking DandelionsA book launch party will be held 5:30 p.m. Saturday, November 5th at La Fromagerie Elgin, 5 Cedar Street,  as part of Wordstock Sudbury Literary Festival.

Admission is free.

Somewhere Picking Dandelions is a beautiful coming-of-age story about a fearless seven-year-old girl in post WWII and the perfect way to end our 2016 season featuring all female authors and strong female protagonists, said company founders Heather Campbell and Laura Gregorini.

Somewhere Picking Dandelions is an emotionally resonant story that catapults us into the unfiltered conscience of a young girl as she experiences both the blessed and the dispiriting aspects of growing up in a large (and fractured) family,” said editor Mitchell Gauvin.

Copies of Somewhere Picking Dandelions will be available at the launch party for $15 and afterward through www.latitude46publishing.com, Chapters/Indigo, Amazon and select Canadian bookstores.

portrait Diana Douglas

Diana Douglas was born and raised in Sudbury and will be debuting her novel at La Fromagerie Elgin on November 5th.

About the author.

Diana Douglas was born and raised in Sudbury, Ontario. The only girl in a large family, Diana developed an early passion for writing, and after winning a local short story competition, she went on to travel and study in Western Canada. An accomplished actress and singer/songwriter, she has performed on stages across Canada and the United States. She currently divides her time between the rugged rocks and lakes of Northern Ontario, and the sandy beaches of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Somewhere Picking Dandelions is her first novel.

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