Genevieve Graham

BIOGRAPHY
Genevieve Graham moved to Nova Scotia in 2008 and fell in love with the integral history woven into every aspect of this province. Almost immediately, she realized how little she knew about the history, not only of this province but of all of Canada, and she embarked on a mission to correct that, using her love of historical fiction as a palette. All her novels have spent numerous weeks on the Canadian bestsellers list. Most recently, Genevieve focused her research and passion on the dark, little known story of Canada’s British Home Children in “The Forgotten Home Child”. Despite bookstore shutdowns across the country due to COVID-19, “The Forgotten Home Child” became an “instant #1 bestseller” and remained on that list for 19 weeks – 11 of those at #1. It achieved the #5 position in Canadian Fiction for 2020 and educated tens of thousands of readers about this vital part of our history.

Genevieve Graham is prolific and determined, dedicated to bringing Canadian history to life through the popular, mainstream market of commercial historical fiction. Having started writing relatively late in life (in her forties), she has already published five novels with Simon & Schuster Canada in five years, and is eager to keep on that same track for years to come.

PUBLICATIONS

Simon & Schuster Canada

Bluebird (2022)

Letters Across the Sea (2021)

The Forgotten Home Child (2020)

At the Mountain’s Edge (2019)

Come From Away (2018)

Promises to Keep (2017)

Tides of Honour (2015)

 

Berkley/Penguin NY

Somewhere to Dream (2013)

Sound of the Heart (2012)

Under the Same Sky (2012)


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