– EDMONTON, ALBERTA, May 20, 2005 ~ Cheryl Kaye Tardif, Canadian secret creator and maker of A.F.T.E.R. Canada (Creators For Tidal wave Tremor Alleviation) will discharge her most recent novel, The Stream, this coming August. A rate of the returns from The Waterway will be given to the Canadian Red Cross.
Not long ago, Tardif composed a gathering of Edmonton region creators who combined after the tidal wave and quake disaster in Asia to raise stores for the Canadian Red Cross and the survivors of the tidal wave. The writers signed and sold duplicates of their books, with half of the returns setting off to the Canadian Red Cross. The occasion was secured by CFRN television, Worldwide television, A-Station television and CHED radio. A.F.T.E.R. Canada was as of late renamed ‘Creators For Awful Occasion Alleviation’ to include all raising money needs. Cheryl Kaye Tardif was pleased to be a piece of the pledge drive, and gave duplicates of her puzzle books, Whale Melody and Awesome Intercession.
About The Stream
The Stream, set to be discharged in late August, is a startling activity stuffed techno-thriller propelled by genuine occasions of headless cadavers appeared on the shores of the Nahanni Waterway. In the novel a lady goes to Canada’s Northwest Regions to discover her dad who was assumed dead. What she finds rather will make her question everything and everybody that she knows. The Stream asks: ‘How far have we gone, until we’ve gone too far?’
Cheryl Kaye Tardif’s puzzle books are sold online at Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Indigo.ca, BarnesandNoble.com and the sky is the limit from there. They are likewise accessible at most Sections, Coles and Indigo book shops in Edmonton; McNally Robinson Books in Calgary; and select Parts and Coles book shops in Victoria, BC.
Cheryl Kaye Tardif is constantly accessible for meetings for television, radio and print.
Perused more about The Stream, Cheryl Kaye Tardif or A.F.T.E.R. Canada, by going by: http://www.cherylktardif.com and http://www.aftercanada.com.
You can email Cheryl Kaye Tardif at firstname.lastname@example.org