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Saturday March 12


Science-fiction, mystery author Kristie Charish (Owl and the Japanese Circus)
tells us about her fascinating professional journey. From a world lab
coats and working as a molecular biologist to becoming a voracious
writer and creating her rough-and-tumble protagonist, Owl. She is at Cuffed International Crime Writer's Festival in Vancouver this weekend.


Crafter extraordinaire and up-cycling expert Denise Cocoran shares her crafting secrets and talks about her book, Raw Craft. She talks about her "Crafternoon" sessions as well.


Sharon Basaraba explains how forgiveness and letting go of negative feelings can impact our physical health.


Rosie Daykin of Butter Baked Goods in Vancouver has a wonderful recipe from her new cookbook, for brownies with a St. Patrick's Day twist!


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