Finally! I have been name-checked by the Atikokan Progress, in their column: 'Books n' Things'. The paper's tag line is: The canoeing capital of Canada.
"Who says a discussion of religious fundamentalism has to be serious?" asks the Atikokan Progress.
Not these two guys!
But hey now, Atikokan Progress, I ask this in return: who says canoeing has to be serious?
That is why my next book: A HEARTBREAKING CANOE OF STAGGERING CANOES, is going to turn the world of canoeing narrative non-fiction on its bow. Or... its stern. Whichever! It just needs to start to sink and get water in it, is what I'm saying here.
Marketing and Promotion of CANOES
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