Anne Hines is the daughter of a Baptist minister, a former candidate for conversion to Judaism and a passionate student of world religions. She is the author of the novels The Spial Garden and Fishing Up the Moon, and A Year in Hinesight, a collection of humourous writing from Canadian Living and Chatelaine magazines. She has written more than fifty articles for national magazines, including Reader's Digest; her humorous writing appears regularly in both Today's Parent and Chatelaine, where she is a contributing editor. Anne lives in Toronto with her family.
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