Antigonish author launches latest book
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The main character in Seeing Red is a young boy, she said, and the tale was developed from short story she wrote in a creative writing course in the 1980s.
MacDonald said she always had the idea in her back of her mind to turn that short story into a book some day.
"Over the years, I discovered that I should writing about kids and horses because I know so much about horses that's the other big part of my life."
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"They stand on their own they're not sequels. But they are related."
Members of the Antigonish Highland Skateboard "buy cheap jintropin online" Association and Antigonish Therapeutic Riding Association were in attendance for the launch, as both organizations are involved in the Seeing Red storyline.