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Ronald Plante

Ronald Plante grew up in the mining town of Sudbury, in northern Ontario, Canada. His interest in literature encouraged him to pursue a Master's degree in French Literature from the University of Waterloo. He's written articles studying the role of history and culture in the literary works of French-Canadian authors. Before leaving academia for the high paced world of medical sales, Ronald taught a number of language and literature courses. He lives in Ottawa, Canada's capital city, where he's spent the last twenty years dedicating himself to the well-being of Canadians. He devotes his free time to writing. His themes are eclectic, from the artisanry of cigar making to the early European Renaissance. This is his first novel.



  • Fernando's Harvest


    In a country embroiled in strife and conflict, a young Nicaraguan boy must find his place in his family's cigar making enterprise, a world rife with hardship and tradition.

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