NEW! January 2013: Ann has signed a contract with Westwood Creative Artists , Canada's largest literary agency.
E-books! Falling From Grace and In the Hands of Anubis are now available as e-books from four different companies: Kobo, Ibooks, Nook and the Sony ReaderStore via the Brindle & Glass website. Just click on the book cover, then choose your format of choice in the lower left hand corner.
Awards: Falling From Grace has been awarded the silver medal in the Independent Publishers Book Awards: Canada West-Best Regional Fiction category.
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Ann's short story, The High Clear Bell of Morning, has been shortlisted for the 2010 Bridport Prize. The story, which placed in the top 100 short story entries out of 6000, forms the core of her next novel. Congratulations to the winners of the prize.
IN THE HANDS OF ANUBIS GERMAN EDITION RELEASED FALL 2010!
German Publisher Bastei Lubbe has just released a German translation of In The Hands of Anubis under the title, Mehr Als Ein Sommer, with translation by Diana Beate Hellmann. The book is available as a trade paperback, e-book, book club edition or mass market paperback from the Lubbe website. Check out the fun new covers!
Prairie Fire Review of Books: Read the review by Alissa Schacter for In the Hands of Anubis in the 2010 issue (Vol 10, No.3).
"The novel speaks fluently about both the physical and the spiritual realms and offers a quiet reminder of the inter-connection between them. It intimates that in our search for meaning, we must look beyond the trappings of our modern lives to nature’s transcendent truths".
A reader says about Falling From Grace:Just bought three copies of Ann Eriksson's Falling From Grace, and not just because my ten year old daughter is a person of small stature. I hope it will inspire my beloved eldest to great things. Thank you for bringing it to the world, and thank you to Ann Eriksson for writing such a wonderful woman of small stature into life.
Globe and Mail: Read the July 26, 2010 review of Falling From Grace
Check it out online at: CBC North by Northwest: Hear Ann's interview with Sheryl MacKay by going to http://www.cbc.ca/bc/features/podcast/index.html#nxnw and downloading the podcast for Sunday July 18, 2010.
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