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Alberni Aquarium Cookbook

Forward: Gail Morton

Release Date: August 2020

Pages: 75

The Alberni Aquarium is proud to share this unique compilation cookbook with you. We are a nonprofit association focused on providing unique educational opportunities to our community. This cookbook is filled with unique local recipes and fun fish facts. By purchasing a copy of this book you are helping us to continue to support our efforts in education, environment and sustainability. Thank you to our wonderful contributors and generous supporters, without your support we would not be able to continue our work.

RCN Media has partnered with the Alberni Aquarium to support their efforts to keep their much needed aquarium afloat. All proceeds will be going to help keep the Alberni Aquarium operational.

RCN Media Shorts

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Wanna read, but don't want to commit to a while book? Try RCN Shorts. Short Stories that are less than 50 pages and cost less than a fifth of a full length novel.

A Kind of Seeing

Forward: Shelley Penner

Release Date: August 25, 2020

Pages: 32

Imprint: RCN Shorts

Will Carrick, the son and heir to Laird Carrick, remains depressed and lost after getting blinded in a riding accident a year earlier. His grandmother, Old Anna, is a clairvoyant. When she tells him he must go on a quest to find a vocation, the idea of refusing never even occurs to him, though the prospect fills him with dread. She tells him he may take one companion with him as a guide. Will chooses young Sparrow, an orphaned stableboy new to the castle and essentially a stranger to him. To help Will on the journey, Old Anna has given him a talisman, a pebble she says will give him 'a kind of sight'.

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The Locked In Podcast

Death of George Floyd & Police Shootings

Episode 1: Season 1

Release Date: June 04, 2020

In which Colton Nelson & Kaitlyn Powell talk about police shootings and the Death of George Floyd Colton Nelson would like to make note that during this episode he was playing the devil's advocate as well as trying to understand what was going on in the police's head when it happened. Black Lives DO Matter no ifs and or buts.

Haven Hold

Author: Shelley Penner

Release Date: October 06, 2020

Pages: 250

Daniel's mutant eyes mark him in a future world where mutants are considered 'devil's spawn', less than human, fit only for slavery. With enhanced vision and hearing, Daniel has survived despite a lifetime of rejection and betrayals. Hunted and driven into the northern wilderness, he finds a secure home in a hidden valley, but he remains solitary. Then he risks his life to save two normal holders and wins the chance to find true friendship at last, if he can only bring himself to trust once again.

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Both Sides Now

Authors: Derek Hanebury, Vicki Drybrough & Libbie Morin.

Release Date: March 24, 2020

Pages: 176

Both Sides Now is a thought-provoking collection of short stories by Vancouver Island writers Derek Hanebury, Vicki Drybrough, and Libbie Morin. Ranging in time from the 1950s to the present, these stories will draw the reader in to the world of a boy and his younger brother who struggle to find the perfect gift for their ailing grandfather, a troubled veteran who tries to escape the past by settling in a small community, and a young girl who goes to the circus alone and encounters more than she imagined. From beginning to end, you will enjoy stories that are crafted with empathy and insight to give the reader a satisfying experience.

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Virtual Vs Physical Writing Conference

The Online Commentary - Joan Jedy

Published: June 20, 2020

Last weekend I took part in my first virtual writing conference. I was both a panelist and in the audience for some sessions. I have attended physical writing conferences in Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary, and Edmonton and there is a definite difference between the two. In my opinion each has its own pros and cons . . .

A Kind of Seeing Free Preview

The Online Commentary - Shelley Penner

Published: June 19, 2020

Publisher's Note: RCN Shorts are a new kind of reading. Short stories under 50 pages and really cheap. We are pleased to announce RCN Short's first publication A Kind of Seeing by Shelley Penner. Here is a free preview of that. - Will brooded over his grandmother’s words as he felt his way along the hallway to a side entrance that led into the castle’s garden . . .

Haven Hold: Behind the Book & Free Preview

The Online Commentary - Shelley Penner

Published: May 23, 2020

I began writing Haven Hold about thirty years ago, at a time when my husband was laid off from the lumber industry. I thought if I could write a story worthy of publishing, maybe I could supplement our income. Loosely based on my favorite fairytail, Beauty and the Beast . . . .

RCN Media Letter to the Consumer: April 2020

Published: April 15, 2020

Breaking News: A lot has happened since I made an update, and I was hoping to announce some cool projects here, but it due to recent events around the world, I will not be able to . . .

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