McGill e-book now available
Ideation Entertainment is proud to announce The Pathological Casebook of Dr. Frances McGill by Myrna L. Petersen was one of the titles selected by the Saskatchewan Provincial Library and Literacy Office for their 2015 Sask. eBook Initiative Pilot Project.
Before TV’s small screen arrived, Dr. Frances McGill was Canada's real deal’ as an original crime drama heroine. She was the Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, the CSI Crime Scene Investigator, and the Bones forensic expert all wrapped up in one short stature. Her zest for solving crime mysteries earned her the unofficial title of “Saskatchewan's Sherlock Holmes.”
PLL Partnership Background: “After a series of consultations with both publishers and libraries, the Multitype Library Board, a minister's advisory board, recommended that Provincial Library and Literacy Office work with stakeholders to increase access to Saskatchewan content in the electronic collections of the province's libraries. To support this goal, the Ministry of Education provided funding for a pilot project to convert Saskatchewan books to accessible EPUB 3 format. All partners in the Multitype Database Licensing Program will be given access to a single copy of each digitized title in this exciting new collection. This initiative aims to raise the profile of Saskatchewan authors and publishers through greater exposure to librarians, educators and students, library patrons and the general public. The eBooks in this new collection will also be made available to people with visual disabilities as part of the National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS).”
McGill e-Pub Availability
Read her true story.
As a result of our partnership with the Saskatchewan Provincial Library and Literacy Office, Saskatchewan library cardholders can borrow the e-pub @
Series: Sask eBook Initiative (Provincial Library and Literacy Office)
We have also listed this digital copy available on Smashwords for purchase @ $6.99 US
Paperbook copies can be ordered through Ideation’s Store