Beneath the Alders
An 11 minute video about best selling author Lynne Golding's Beneath the Alders series--with current and historic photos of Brampton, Ontario and the people and places behind her books: The Innocent (2018), The Beleaguered (2019) and The Mending (Spring 2021)
The Launch of The Mending
A video of the Covid-style launch of The Mending originally posted on Facebook Live on May 4, 2021. In this half-hour video, Lynne Golding, the author, is interviewed by her husband, Tony Clement. Their daughter, Elexa Clement, moderates the event. Topics covered include Spanish flu, temperance, the Battle of Amiens and details on where to purchase the book and engage with the author.
A 10 minute video about how this painting by Samuel Stevenson Finlay features in The Mending, the third book in my Beneath the Alders series. Originally shown on Facebook Live on April 25, 2021
A Journey to Remember
Lynne Golding, author of the Beneath the Alders series, a historical fiction series inspired by the life of her great aunt, interviews her daughter Elexa Clement about her book, A Journey to Remember, an edited and annotated version of the 1926 European tour travel diary of that same aunt. The trip is featured in The Mending, the third book in the Beneath the Alders series (May 2021)
The Brampton Train Station
About the history of the first train station in Brampton, Ontario (once owned by the Toronto & Guelph Railway, then the Grand Trunk Railway, now the Canadian National Railway (and used by the GO commuter train).
Excerpts from an author's panel held at Muskoka Chautauqua in August 2020 in which Lynne Golding discusses some of the key themes of her best selling novel, The Beleaguered, and her Beneath the Alders historical fiction trilogy. The panel, moderated by Norah Fountain, included Cheryl Cooper, Lloyd Walton and Audrey Jolly.