I am pleased to have been featured in the following online publications.
Shaun Sullivan: link
Gillian was interviewed by Shaun Sullivan for a school project with St. Clair College , Windsor, Campus, in March 2017. With his permission, she is sharing said interview on her website in his own words.
Kirkus Book Review: link
“Sorrow can be a funny thing—just when people think that they have it in check, it sneaks up on them when they least expect it. Such is the case with Grace Irwin. After the unexpected death of her husband, Grace finds herself unmoored. She’s unsure where she belongs, and now that she doesn’t have a spouse or children (they are all grown up) to take care of, she doesn’t know who she is. In search of clarity, Grace heads to northern Ontario’s French River, and each passing day helps her cope.”
Clarion Magazine Book Review: link
“River of the Stick Wavers is an empowering and appealing story about one woman’s transformation.
River of the Stick Wavers is the thoughtful story of one woman’s journey to self-discovery—a book that examines gender roles, racism, and spirituality.”
Friesen Press – Initial Book Launch: link
The Bank of Canada is about to put the first woman who is not a Royal on its currency. This is a monumental moment in Canadian history, brought on by the rising current of empowered women who have raised the bar on equality, the right to vote, and created substantial change. Canadian author Gillian Andrews joins the movement to inspire women with her new novel River of the Stick Wavers.