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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.

 

PUBLISHED WORK


  • Fernando's Harvest

    £8.99

    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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