Donna Wootton is an author and retired teacher who lives in Port Hope, ON, Canada. Her most recent work is an ebook titled Isadora & Lucia. Her short stories, poems, and nonfiction have appeared in four anthologies: most recently, Hill Spirits III, published in 2017. The first Hill Spirits anthology and Grandmother and Me were both published in 2012. Her book published in Dec., 2009, is a creative nonfiction account of her father who was a charter inductee into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame. It is called MOON REMEMBERED The Life of Lacrosse Goalie Lloyd ‘Moon’ Wootton and is published by Ginger Press in Owen Sound where her father was born and raised. As well, she has a novel, Leaving Paradise, that is available at local independent bookstores and libraries. Her haiku poetry has been published in Japan with the Asahi Network.
Books By Donna Wootton
What Shirley Missed
Reading Donna Wootton’s book, “What Shirley Missed”, is like enjoying a big slice of strawberry rhubarb pie with vanilla ice cream. It’s sweet, enjoyable, a treat and perhaps a family favourite.