Hamilton: It's all about the story
Gail's sure grasp of story telling
has been winning her clients and readers throughout Canada, the United
States and internationally for many years. Ability to elicit a
strong emotional response is one of her hallmarks, a skill that translates
directly into captivating works of fiction and happy results for her
has supplied not-for-profit organizations such as the National Gallery of
Canada, Amnesty International, Kids Help Phone, the Arthritis Society, and
numerous hospital foundations with compelling direct-marketing text as
vigorous revenue generators.
addition, Gail's three comprehensive reference works, the Fundraiser's
Phrase Book, the Marketing Phrase Book and 1001 Ways to Say
Thank You (available through Hamilton House) are must-have resources
for non-governmental organizations, businesses and entrepeneurs across the
United States and Canada.
and television adaptation
Road to Avonlea and Wind at My Back television series have
been a staple for two generations of young people. For
HarperCollins and Sullivan Entertainment, Gail adapted these series
into young adult fiction books read with delight throughout Canada, the US
and internationally. Gail's latest adaptation was the new Sullivan Entertainment film, Anne of Green Gables, A New Beginning.
her own roots, Gail has a lifelong fascination with the courageous young
people who left Britain for the shores of North America. Her upcoming
historical novel Tomorrow Country distills her passion for history
into the tale of a feisty orphan’s journey from the London slums to the docks
of 19th-century London. Read the first chapter here.
Interview and blog
many years of international travel and city life in Toronto, Canada, Gail
now lives on the farm where she was raised, on the shores of Lake Ontario.
Read the interview about her own journey, and follow her blog about the
birds, beaver and other wildlife outside her door. She also offers tips on
the writer’s life and how to succeed in independent publishing.
Also from Gail’s desk …
novels for the Harlequin
Romance, Harlequin Superromance, and Silhouette lines have been loved by
readers worldwide and translated into everything from Japanese, French and
Italian, to Portuguese, German and Finnish.