Emily-Jane Hills Orford is a country writer, living just outside the tiny community of North Gower, Ontario, near the nation’s capital. With degrees in art history, music and Canadian studies, the retired music teacher enjoys the quiet nature of her country home and the inspiration of working at her antique Jane Austen-style spinet desk, feeling quite complete as she writes and stares out the large picture window at the birds and the forest. She writes in several genres, including creative nonfiction, memoir, fantasy, and historical fiction. http://emilyjanebooks.ca
Ghosts and the auspicious honor of having grown up in a haunted house. How taking facets/snippets of one's life can be woven into a fictional fantasy.
How to weave personal life events into fascinating stories - both true and fictional.
Ghosts and what it's like to grow up in a haunted house. How my personal experiences helped me create The Piccadilly Street Series.