Pauline Kiely has been chipping away at her riveting memoir for 20 years. On May the 28th of 2019, at The Copacabana in New York City, No Poverty Between the Sheets won the Silver Medal for nonfiction - Canada East Region in the Independent Publisher Book Awards. Her Irish father is the fourth of ten children, and her French Canadian mother the baby of twelve. When the author asks her Irish Granny, "If you were so poor why did you have ten children?" Granny replies, "To be certain, there was no poverty between the sheets!" This true story spans four generations bringing lively memorable characters to life. The book is a lasting legacy, full of gems, and the first of a trilogy series.
Spunky Lacey Piper has a tall order and all the answers for Santa Claus when she requests a pony for Christmas. This animated child promises to take good care of her pony at her grandparent's farm, and introduces the cast of characters that live there..
"If you were so poor why did you have ten children?" "To be certain, there was no poverty between the sheets!" Kiely tackles a hilarious Irish x French Canadian heritage with both hands on the reins and sparks flying from her spurs! 2019 Silver Medal winner of the Independent Publisher Book Awards - Canada East Region nonfiction. Packed with gems, this lively story is a heart warming laugh at life