Interview with All Lit Up

Recently I’ve been interview by Laura Stradiotto guest blogger at All Lit Up and owner of Latitude 46 Publishing. Regarding my cover shoot for the memoir of renown Northern Ontario author Danielle Daniel. In this post we talk about the creative process behind the aesthetics and images that I created for this book. 

Full post can be found here:

49th Shelf Most Anticipated Fall 2016 Non Fiction Selection

The Dependent is a true story written by a military wife married to a paratrooper who served in the Canadian Armed Forces for fourteen years before his army career came to a crashing halt—a freak accident near Armed Forces Base Trenton left him paraplegic and their future in shards. Danielle, a fiercely independent university student, meets Steve, an ambitious infantry private. Much of the first years of their marriage are spent apart, as Steve’s infantry unit is sent overseas for duty in Croatia, Bosnia, and Afghanistan. With each tour of duty, the emotional distance between them intensifies. After four tours, Steve finally comes home to stay, but little changes: their marriage remains a difficult ménage-à-trois made up of a man, a woman, and the military. In this deeply candid depiction of their marriage before and after a life-altering trauma, each chapter unveils an intimate portrait of marriage—one in which Danielle and Steve must navigate shifting roles and learn to co-exist in a space where the collateral damage of military service is absolute. The Dependent is a brave and modern love story revealing immeasurable loss and grief and the journey to lasting hope and forgiveness.

Buy your copy here: The Dependent

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