A big Root Bear sized thanks to The Edmonton Journal’s Michael Hingston for this fantastic article about Inge’s experiences and her debut novel. Click on article to enlarge.
A Root Beer Season was recently reviewed by Freefall Magazine. Here’s an excerpt: Sparkling dialogue written in the authentic voice of a fifteen-year old narrator Sonja Pfeiffer is what carries this novel set in Edmonton in the summer of 1967. … Continue reading
A Root Beer Season needs an Edmonton launch and with that in mind, the Crabapples have arranged to do just that. Plan to drop in on May 4th, 2014 at Audreys Books, 10702 Jasper Avenue, at 2 PM for a short reading, some … Continue reading
Thanks to Susan for interviewing me for her Reading Recommendations blog. Here’s an excerpt: What are you working on now? A lot of marketing; a bit of Christmas shopping; that big pile of laundry. Oh! You mean, what am I writing … Continue reading
On November 14, 2013 at Owl’s Nest Books, an eager assembly welcomed the newest arrival into the Calgary literary family. Inge Bremer-Trueman officially launched her new book A Root Beer Season. Inge charmed the crowd with her dry wit and … Continue reading