“One thing is certain: whereas Adrian Smith was raised in a house full of secrets, his life today is quite literally an open book and it makes for a most provocative read.” —Atlantic Books Today
Online Book Launch
In conversation with Acorn Publisher Terrilee Bulger.
September 22, 2020
Tickets are FREE.
Book your ticket and get your book on the Bookmark website
*You must get a ticket to receive the Zoom link for the event
Rustico Book Launch
September 24, 2020
Cymbria Lions Club
2184 Church Road, South Rustico
*directly across from St. Augustine Catholic Church.
Admission is FREE and signed books will be available for sale.
Due to Covid 19 capacity is limited and social distancing will be respected.
When Adrian McNally Smith was writing his family memoir Finding Forgiveness, he was struck by the number of times he had had spiritual encounters. The journey of writing the story of his life and his relationships brought home to him the fact that he had felt a sense of knowing before many important and life-changing moments in his life. Going through the process of forgiveness and the counseling he needed to forgive his father awakened in him the desire to dig deeper into these encounters and what it means to embrace his spiritual nature. This reluctant search changed his life and sparked a whole new awareness of spirituality.
Adrian McNally Smith recently retired after thirty years of work in education, twenty-five of those years devoted to counseling and student services. He had previously written an e-book on family secrets and sexuality. These days, when he is not writing, you can mostly find him walking along the shores and trails of Prince Edward Island, generally in the company of his loyal lab, Nelly.