Sanctuary fiction

New novel blurs line between autobiography and fiction.

Sheppard founded Stonecrop Animal Sanctuary, which covered a territory from south of Barrie to Collingwood. The facility rescued hundreds of animals, like skunks, deer, birds and possums, among others.

When Sheppard partially retired about 10 years ago, she immediately wanted to share her vast experience with other local residents. So, she began to write Wolfsong Wildlife Rescue: Tails of a Wildlife Sanctuary, a fictional account of daily life inside a rescue operation. Set in British Columbia, the book features funny, sad and interesting moments in animal rescue.


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