Evolution of a B.C. trilogy

“Brett Grubisic’s (left) River Bend Trilogy novels are set in a fictional town on the Fraser River, based on Mission, B.C. where he grew up. Here, we learn other ways the titles are linked.” FULL STORY

Living apart together

May 02nd, 2016

Couples who eschew traditional notions of living together, medications or Living Apart Together couples (LAT), are the subject of a book co-authored by Dianne Gillespie and Linda Breault. Living Apart Together: A New Possibility for Loving Couples (Friesen Press 2013) offers a collection of candid stories about LAT relationships. How can couples keep romance alive? How can they sustain both independence and togetherness? Is it possible to be a couple but not live together? Living Apart Together documents couples who nourish committed relationships without living together. Couples of all ages who maintain their own physical space and yet develop strong bonds are included. The book offers tales of couples who have created both happiness and independence in their lives. Dianne Gillespie grew up in Ontario and the Prairies. She met Linda Breault while teaching in China after retiring from over thirty years of teaching English in B.C.’s public schools system. Gillespie is currently working on a fictional series about missing and murdered indigenous women. Linda Breault has worked, lived and loved in Africa, Latin America, New Zealand, Central Asia and China where she crossed cultural, geographic and language borders. During her years working overseas she met several couples and individuals who were in LAT relationships. 978-1-4602-2378-9.

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