Charlene Carr’s new novel inspired by real-life fear: What if her daughter wasn’t biologically her own?

Globe and Mail Fertility Article

Read the Original article published January 24, 2023 at The Globe and Mail by clicking here. When a woman gives birth, generally it’s the father who may have inklings of fear that the baby isn’t his. The mother does not – unless she got pregnant the way I did. When

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The top 30 Canadian books to read in 2023 – Globe and Mail

Top 30 Canadian books 2023
"Book lovers have an exciting year ahead. Renowned authors such as Margaret Atwood and Eleanor Catton return with new works, while fresh talent shows great literary promise. And if you’re looking for a change, the upcoming wealth of genres – suspense, horror, sci-fi, comedy, nonfiction deep-dives and celebrity memoirs – couldKeep Reading ...

Hold My Girl Deal Announcements

Blink Studios adapt Charlene Carr

Blink Studios to Adapt Charlene Carr’s Upcoming Novel ‘Hold My Girl’ – Global Bulletin By Jamie Lang ADAPTATION Blink Studios, the new content venture from Endeavor Content, has acquired the rights to Canadian author Charlene Carr’s next novel “Hold My Girl” and will adapt the book as a series. Blink Studios will serve

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