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Master storyteller Alfred Hitchock knows that books, like movies, must draw the viewer/reader into the fictive dream with deft pacing, flawless characterization and an engaging story.
But a plot can twist and happy endings can turn on a heel into tragedy and disappontment.
As far as the Elora Writers' Festival is concerned, Mr. Hitchock has left nothing to chance. His dinner tickets are already reserved—in fact, he booked them weeks ago—and as Sunday, May 27 draws nearer (only five days to go) dinner tickets are becoming as scarce as bird's teeth.
To guarantee a place at the table, call now: 519-843-4391