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The Dog Who Cried Snake in the Glebe Report

"It’s an eye-opener to spend days and nights with the characters in this setting. Where to sleep, how and what to eat, whom to trust or fear colour their every hour. Readers learn how some of them came to the streets, while all we know of Mickey is that she lost her family somewhere along the way and will not speak of it. The uniqueness and humanity of these street folk shine. I was rooting for them from page 1."
 

Unspoken in No Paine No Gain blog

"This is a book written with heart and experience and worth a read. Run and write on Larry!"
 

Unspoken in Ottawa Life magazine

"With two books currently published, Dog-Eared Books’ mission is to make high-quality books featuring “good stories with strong characters and positive themes.” Unspoken fills all of these criteria. It is a wonderful independent novel that will undoubtedly help adolescents understand the changing world surrounding them."
 

Unspoken in the Glebe Report

"The novelist captured the focus and drive of competitive runners in such a compelling way that I raced through the last chapters to find out the outcome."

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The Dog Who Cried Snake Book Launch at Life of Pie

"At the book launch Larry read from the book and then signed copies, and Kerry, the baker/owner of Life of Pie, made a huge fresh tray of brownies to the delight of the crowd."
 

Mainstreeter Questionnaire: Tanis Browning-Shelp

"In 2014, the last time Mainstreeter readers heard from Tanis Browning-Shelp, the longtime resident of OOE was stepping down from writing the paper’s arts column. Browning-Shelp wanted to turn her attention to writing fiction and set about composing the first of a planned three-book series featuring a teenage heroine, Maryn O’Brien."
 

The Oscar: "Dog-Eared Books is Born"

"We don’t always translate our intentions into action. Most of all, we don’t often enough realize our secret passions into reality. I’ve had several books published by traditional publishers, which on balance was a positive experience. But the publishing world had changed dramatically"
 

The Glebe Report: "New Glebe publishing venture launched"

"The concept of what became Dog-Eared Books had been several years in the making. A year ago fellow writer Tanis Browning-Shelp, landscape painter and now book illustrator extraordinaire Jocelyn Van Wynsberghe and I decided to get serious and move past the concept and on to the creativity..."