Elaine Ingalls Hogg is
an award-winning author and has experience in self-publishing, writing for magazines, reading for and contributing to Chicken
Soup for the Volunteer’s Soul and writing non fiction articles
for FACES Magazine, New Brunswick
Reader, Catherine Magazine, as well as writing and performing
a radio documentary for CBC’s Out Front and First Person Singular. Her first children’s book, Remembering
Honey (Nimbus), won the Marianna Dempster Award in 2000 and Ben Nevis Finds
a Home won the first Wacky Pet Photo/Story contest at Canadian Living.Com.
Elaine's recent articles appeared in Cup of Comfort Devotionals, Wesleyan Life, Link and Visitor, Testimony and ChristianCurrent Magazine.
On April 1, 2005, Elaine joined Nimbus Publishing and released her second book, “When Canada Joined Cape Breton” a non-fiction
book about the Canso Causeway. The book earned the # 1 best seller in Nova Scotia within one week of its launch. (Nova Scotian,
April 10, 2005)