New Beginnings

In 2019, I edited and published New Beginnings. It is a collection of creative writings from 39 local BC authors. All of the profits generated from the sale of this book are being donated to SHARE Family and Community Services. So far in 2020, we have donated $5000 to SHARE, and the TELUS Corporation has generously matched our donation.

This Christmas, SHARE needs our support more than ever. The book makes an ideal gift, serving as a unique opportunity to show support for BC writers, while assisting with fund-raising for an organization which does excellent and much-needed work in our community.

Donation Ceremony

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604.616.2653
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About SHARE

SHARE is a non-profit independent, community-based organization. They provide leadership and programs in response to the social needs of the residents of the Tri-Cities (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, and Belcarra), New Westminster and adjacent communities. In 2018, SHARE assisted 57,000 people with their food bank and other family services.

Claire MacLean, the CEO of SHARE says, “We are deeply grateful to Erik and his wonderful co-authors for their beautiful words, and for their support of SHARE Society.

Some of the Writers for SHARE 
May 22nd, performing at the Gallery Bistro Café, Port Moody

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Book Description

Everyone has had a New Beginning at some time in their life: births and deaths, leaving home or creating a new one in a strange land, finding love for the first time, or losing it and starting over.

In this book you’ll find many ways humans, and animals, experience transition and change as told by BC writers who vary in age, background, gender, and religion.

What they have in common is their strength and ability to thrive during their New Beginnings.

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Click here to watch an interview I gave to Tri-Cities Community TV 
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