Tag Archives: Helen Humphreys

Novel Questions: Helen Humphreys

I am very thankful that the Grimsby Author Series (in May 2015), introduced me to the beautiful writing of Helen Humphreys.  Her words seem almost lyrical and after reading her memoir, about the loss of her beloved brother, I understand how her … Continue reading

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115. Nocturne (Helen Humphreys)

“Were you made in part by the music you played?  And if so, the when you died, the silence we were left with was that the same silence that exists in a concert hall the moment the music stops – … Continue reading

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Author Event: Helen Humphreys

Friday was the final evening of the 2015-16 Grimsby Author Series.  It was the culmination of an amazing season filled with engaging authors, insightful introductions, thoughtful questions and book signings.  This evening’s guest was Helen Humphreys who traveled from Kingston to … Continue reading

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98. The Evening Chorus (Helen Humphreys)

Historical fiction is my favourite genre and this Christmas gift was a captivating account of the beauty of nature contrasted with the death and devastation of the second World War.  This novel intertwines the stories of newlyweds separated by war.  James was … Continue reading

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85. Coventry (Helen Humphreys)

Helen Humphreys will be speaking at the Grimsby author’s series in the New Year about her newest book, The Evening Chorus so I was pleased to find a copy of her novel Coventry during my thrift store search for books … Continue reading

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