Author Reading: Michelle Wamboldt
Baddeck Library is pleased to present a reading by Michelle Wamboldt. Wamboldt’s first novel Birth Road takes place in early twentieth-century Nova Scotia.
“Moving from the woodlands of rural Nova Scotia to the city streets of Boston and back again, Birth Road is the powerful story of a woman desperate to live life on her own terms. Told in startling vignettes and with bold, impeccable prose, Birth Road is a story of love, lost innocence, and the secrets that so often haunt small places.” – from https://www.michellewamboldt.com
Michelle Wamboldt was born and raised in Truro, Nova Scotia as was her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. A graduate of Dalhousie University and the Humber School of Journalism in Toronto, Michelle’s writing career has been as a journalist and communications consultant. Her fiction has appeared in the Dalhousie Review. Michelle lives on the South Shore of Nova Scotia where she and her husband raised their two sons. She is currently working on her second novel. – From Nimbus.ca