Qualicum Beach author Dorothy Collins launches the first book she’s published, Today the Waiting, at Qualicum Beach Library on Friday, May 4 at 2 p.m. — Adam Kveton Photo

Qualicum Beach author publishes first book

Book launch, reading at QB library May 4

Dorothy Collins has put pen to paper for a total of eight books so far, but she’s launching the first book she’s published on Friday, May 4 at the Qualicum Beach library.

Today the Waiting is about Harry and Todd, and the two children who appear on their doorstep one day.

Having written to bring suspense, intrigue and adventure, Collins will be doing a reading of the novel at the book launch.

It takes place at 2 p.m. at the Qualicum Beach library (660 Primrose St.).

Collins said she hopes to publish two more books this year.

— The NEWS, Dorothy Collins

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