Publishing the true stories of fascinating Prairie People and Unsung Heroes

Welcome to the blog of Deana Driver of DriverWorks Ink, a book publishing company based in Saskatchewan, Canada.
We publish stories of inspiring, fascinating Prairie people and unsung Canadian heroes - written by
Prairie authors including Deana Driver. We also assist authors in self-publishing their work. Visit our website and buy our books at driverworks.ca.


Monday, February 13, 2012

Inspiring Stories shared

We are very thankful that the Canadian media have been so kind in sharing the inspiring stories that we publish in our books about unsung Canadian heroes. Here are a few of the most recent media articles:

Calgary Herald - Valentines Day column tells a bit about Bob and Sue Elliott, the subject of Alan J. Buick's best-selling book The Little Coat: The Bob and Sue Elliott Story:
Love stories make the world go around
Bob and Sue Elliott (centre and right) with a friend's daughter during VE Day 2009 in the Netherlands

Dionne and Graham Warner dance into chemo
to the tune of 'The Last Saskatchewan Pirate'
Pink Magazine For Saskatchewan Women - Excellent article on seven-time cancer survivor Dionne Warner - in the Feb. 12 issue, page 36-37:
Everyday Heroes - Dionne Warner

Saskatoon Star-Phoenix - Seven-time cancer survivor Dionne Warner will be in Saskatoon SK for some book signings (Never Leave Your Wingman: Dionne and Graham Warner's Story of Hope by Deana J. Driver) on Feb. 16-18 and wants to meet and help as many cancer patients as she can in that city:
Cancer survivor makes chemotherapy fun

Thank you, Canadian media, for helping us share these stories of fascinating Prairie people!

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