People, I just had to share with you the news that my novel Bird's Eye View was named a Canadian Bestseller last week by both the Toronto Star, and the national Globe & Mail. It's especially exciting because this is my first novel, the only one in existence featuring a Canadian women in uniform as the main character. My heroine tavels to England, becomes an interpreter of aerial photographs, and watches the war on the continent unfold, all through the eyes of a Canadian. Because she is such a gifted interpreter, she makes several significant discoveries -- among them, the first V-1 flying bomb. That's what makes the book appealing to both men and women. You can order the book from any bookstore as a paperback, from Amazon in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. as an ebook. You can also read more true stories about Canadians at war by visiting my blog Wartime Wednesdays here: www.elinorflorence.com/blog. Thanks so much, wartime history buffs, for the support you have shown toward me and my book!