When passion collides with compassion...

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About Lauren

Lauren B. Davis is the critically acclaimed author of such works as The Grimoire of Kensington Market,  Against a Darkening Sky, The Empty Room, and Our Daily Bread.

About Even So

Angela Morrison has it all. She’s married to a wealthy man, adores her son, grows orchids, and volunteers at Our Daily Bread Food Pantry. What more could she want? More. Much more. And she’s willing to risk everything after meeting Carsten, the landscaper with the glacier-blue eyes.

Praise for Lauren's Works

“Davis is without a doubt an exceptionally talented writer.”

Globe & Mail
(The Empty Room)

“A fine novel in the great Canadian storytelling tradition, Lauren B. Davis’s voice is as authentic, compelling and deep as a Mordecai Richler or Robertson Davies at their best.”

The Paris Voice
(The Stubborn Season)

“Lauren B. Davis’ vivid prose and empathetically developed characters will remain in the reader’s mind long after the final chapter has been read.”

—Jane Urquhart, prize winning author of Away and The Stone Carvers
(Our Daily Bread)

The Grimoire of Kensington Market is an enchantment, a forgiveness, and an entertainment.”

The Temz Review
(The Grimoire of Kensington Market)

“Set against an otherworldly, intimate backdrop, Davis's tale vividly brings to life a near-mythic period of British history while speaking to universal human experience.”

Publishers Weekly
(Against a Darkening Sky)

“Davis’s passion for her characters makes them achingly real...”

—Bev Sandell Greenberg, Winnipeg Free Press
(An Unrehearsed Desire)

Awards & Recognitions

"One of the Best Books of the Year:"
The Boston Globe, The Globe & Mail, The National Post, The Winnipeg Free Press.

"Rogers Writers' Trust Award" Finalist
"Scotiabank Giller Prize" Longlisted
"Relist Award for Short Fiction" Longlisted
"CBC Short Story Award" Finalist
Canadian Writers' Association" Finalist

Also by Lauren

Lauren's Blog

Age – What a Strange Journey

Age. What a strange and profound journey, for those of us lucky to live so long. I’ve 65. I’m been post-menopause for a decade. Things change. A hip replacement (ballet dancer as a girl — not good for the hips, especially without a natural turnout). Probably another one in the near future. I actually hobble, which I sometimes find hilarious and at other times fairly depressing. I have grey hair, which I stopped dying. I get heartburn. What the heck has happened to…