Martha Vowles was born and brought up in rural Québec, along the Ottawa River, surrounded and nourished by Québecois and English culture and language and has lived in Atlantic Canada since the late 1970s. She served as a hospital-based speech-language pathologist for over thirty years. Now in semi-retirement, she finds inspiration for her writing in nature, people and their relationships, and the commonplace events of day-to-day life. She lives beside the St. John River in Grand Bay-Westfield, New Brunswick with her husband, William Toner, and a menagerie of rescued dogs and cats.
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