Published Works by Lori Twining
At this moment:
Lori Twining is currently at work writing (and editing) a Thriller novel full of crime, action, twists, MURDER and some boring parts. If you see her surfing the internet or wasting time on social media, please feel free to give her a swift kick in the ass and ask her why the novel isn't finished yet. She LOVES that question!
Update: She has hired a Professional Editor to whip this novel into shape. It shouldn’t be long now...
Nefariam: The Element of Crime Anthology
by ID Press Publishing; Edited by Connie Di Pietro
Dark shadows, savagery, and style come together as 21 genre authors present their personal spin on the perfect crime.
With the help of a ghostly harp, a heart-sick young man brings justice to his lost love in BONE DEEP. A desperate woman needs the help for a gentleman thief to plot the perfect murder...her own, in PROPRIETARY MEASURES. In THE LAST ROLL OF THE DICE, an aging veteran takes the law into his own hands to try and protect his beloved neighbourhood. First appearances can be deceiving, even to a trained investigator, as seen in THE CASE OF THE HIGH-HEELED SNOWBIRDS. The Righteous, the Rogues, and the Wronged all have their stories to tell.
Featuring 21 Authors in order of appearance:
Tobin Elliott, Pat Flewwelling, Doug Russell, A.L. Tompkins, Joe Kilgore, G.L. Morgan, Justin Robinson, Noreen Lace, Connie Di Pietro (Editor), H.B. Diaz, Robert E. Walton, Cameron Trost, Phil Dwyer, Michael Wertenberg, Kristal Stittle, M.J. Moores, Lori Twining, Seana Moorhead, Liam Hogan, Gloria Ferris and Thomas Kayser.
You can purchase a copy of this Anthology at: AMAZON.CA.
Just Words Volume Two Anthology
Celebrating 37 Canadian authors and their work as featured during the second year of Blank Spaces, a literary arts magazine birthed out of small town Ontario.
Filled with creative non-fiction, short stories, and poetry, Just Words Volume Two is a true reflection of the heart, humour, and depth of Canadian creatives; capturing, in its text, the very pulse of Blank Spaces.
Featuring 37 Canadian Authors:
Alanna Rusnak (Editor), Michelle Mc Laughlin (Editor), Pamela Hopwood (Editor), Ilham Alam, Brian C. Austin, Simon Broder, Trisha Causley, Sue Corke, Joy DeVito, Salvatore Difalco, Dawn Edgcumbe, Katerina Eleftheriou, Matthew Eliot, Jennifer Ellis, Sheri Falconer, Anne Lee Guide, Stephanie Karakochuk Hardy, Leslie Hill, Amy Holodinsky, Beverley Hopwood, Caitlin Jans, D.M. Kerr, Tony Kicinski, Larry Kozlof, Jennifer Lavallee, Rachel Laverdiere, Geraldine Mac Donald, Tanya MacIntosh, Alan Macleod, Patricia Manale, Cindy Matthews, Gail M. Murray, Jenny Parsons, Olivia Sapp, Nicole Schroeder, Tsara Shelton, Susan Siddeley, Mitchell Toews, Lori Twining, and Richard Weiser.
You can purchase a copy of this Anthology at: AMAZON.CA.
Blank Spaces Canadian Literary Arts Magazine - Volume 2, Issue 3, March 2018
Filling the gap with story and colour.
Featuring the work of:
Sharon Barr, Simon Broder, Richelle Forsey, Beverley Hopwood, Tony Kicinski, Alan MacLeod, Nicole Moss, Gail M. Murray, Olivia Sapp, Tsara Shelton, Susan Siddeley, and Lori Twining
Beneath the Surface: A Collection of Grey-Bruce Stories.
Within the pages of this anthology, you will find short stories with subject matters that will appeal to almost everyone: history, romance, fantasy, science fiction, animals, relationships, parenthood, holiday celebrations, antique cars, aging, murder, gardening, werewolves, dragons, health, religion and more.
This book features two stories by Lori Twining, "Sex on the Beach" and "Unwanted Reminiscing".
There are 14 stories from nine local contributors; all stories varying in different writing styles, genres and topics, as well as several time periods (historical, contemporary and futuristic). In addition to the short stories, the collection includes a foreward by Andrew Armitage, a local author, historian and former librarian who believes in preserving stories about the Grey-Bruce area that would be lost to us, if we didn’t write them down and share with others. Contributors to the anthology are: Kelly Babcock, Bernice Connell, Donna Curtin, Diane Ferguson, Alison Hall, Andrée Levie-Warrilow, Seana Moorhead, Tracey Richardson and Lori Twining.
If you would like to support the contributors of this anthology, you can either contact the individual author, or you can order books via The Ginger Press Bookstore and Café, 848 Second Avenue East, Owen Sound, Ontario (519) 376-4233, www.gingerpress.com at $25.00 each, shipping/handling will be charged if you require mail service.
The Writing Spiral:
Learning as a Writer
By Jessica Outram
A diverse collection of poems, stories, memoirs, and essays promises to take you on a journey around layers of experience, knowledge, and inquiry to awaken your writing core. It offers a new vision that encourages us to define our writing spirals: to embrace reflection and analysis, to love learning, and to courageously write our truths and share our stories.
Featuring the work of 30 writers sharing poems, stories, memoirs, and essays as demonstrations of the themes: Lynda Allison, Kelly Babcock, Erika Bailey, Mona Blaker, Ken Bond, Helen Chenier, Heidi Croot, Phyllis Diller Stewart, Sacha Farrell, Catherine Graham, Barbara E. Hunt, Shane Joseph, Ruth Latta, Andree Levie-Warrilow, Nancy Melcher, Dee Miles, M.J. Moores, Jessica Outram, Lori Pearson, Gwynn Scheltema, David Sheffield, Felicity Sidnell Reid, Pat Skene, Lesley Strutt, Erin Thomas, Lori Twining, Christina Vasilevski, Lynn Vieira, Ruth Walker, Brenda J. Wood, and Collette Yvonne.
Christmas in Canada:
Chicken Soup for the Soul
By Amy Newmark & Janet Matthews
Christmas is a magical time of year! This collection of 101 festive holiday stories will warm your heart and spread holiday cheer with its tales of family, fun, and traditions from across Canada. A fantastic holiday gift and a great way to start the season!
Lori Twining has a true story in this Christmas Anthology called "The Tree Trimming Party".
From mummering and caroling, to winter lights festivals and crèche displays, to feasts and cookie-baking parties, Christmastime in Canada is full of fun and special traditions. You will delight in reading the 101 merry and heartwarming stories about family, goodwill, and holiday traditions across Canada’s provinces. Remember, all our stories are “Santa safe” so they can be enjoyed by the whole family.
You can purchase a copy of this anthology at:
The Quilted Word Anthology
by Georgian Bay Folk Society
Lori Twining was asked to participate as a writer in The Quilted Word Project in the spring of 2011. The Georgian Bay Folk Society initiated the project and partnered with a few local groups, such as The Grey Bruce Cultural Network, The Tempo Foundation and The Bluewater Quilters Guild to develop this project through the Creative Aging in Action Program. Each quilter was paired with one of the volunteer writers. Our job as the writer, was to capture the story that inspired our quilter to create their quilt block.
Unfortunately, the book is no longer in print and is unavailable for purchase.
You read more about the project at: