Manon Boudreau

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Manon grew up in the small town of Petit-Rocher, New-Brunswick. As the wife of an RCMP officer, Manon calls home whatever community welcomes her and her family. She started writing when her family was moved to Falmouth, Nova Scotia. She and her husband are blessed with three beautiful children, who make their daily lives a wonder. When she’s not writing, she’s most likely to be found entertaining her children, reading or enjoying a glass of red wine.

Being fluent in French and English, Manon takes pleasure in writing in both languages. Her education background is in Psychology and she has worked in the school system for some years.

Writing Credits:

“The Last Night,” short story in anthology Quarter Castle Chronicles, September 2015.

“One More Call,” short story in anthology That Golden Summer, by Polar Expressions Publishing, December 2014.

The Voices of Dawnbrook,” short story in anthology Out of the mist, by Stone Cellar Publishing by Evergreen Writers, September 2014.

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