About Britt Holmström
Britt Holmström was born in Malmö, Sweden, but has lived in Canada most of her life. She published her first novel, Peppermint-Gin, in Sweden while still a teenager, sold the film rights to it, then moved to Canada and stopped writing while pursuing various strange careers, including fashion design and a Masters degree in microbiology. She began writing fiction again in 1998, and has since then published five books in English, all to rave reviews. Her latest is the historical novel Falling For the Devil. Another novel – working title “How a Nasty Bitch Found Happiness” – is in the works. She has translated all her English novels into her first language, Swedish. She lives in Dundas, Ontario.
About Nicholas Ruddick
Nicholas Ruddick was born in Salford, England and educated at Manchester Grammar School and the University of London. He came to Canada in 1974 to do graduate work at McMaster University. From 1982 to 2016 he taught at the University of Regina, and his academic specializations included science fiction, the literature and culture of the late nineteenth century, folk and fairy tales, and novel-to-film adaptation. Since retirement, he has produced a popular photo blog about Dundas and the surrounding area, and enjoys performing in community theatre.
About Britt and Nick
They met in Hamilton, Ontario in 1976 and were married in Dundas in 1979. After living in a variety of Canadian cities, they decided that none could match Dundas and moved back there in 2015. They have a son and a daughter … and a granddaughter.