Tine Hreno is the author of Gondun (2012), a creative contractor, and a former media relations specialist.
Hreno currently lives in London Ontario, where she surrounds herself with a very loving family, but travels between Toronto and Akron OH to spend time with her husband and daughter.
Hreno was working on her Masters Degree in Post-9/11 Canadian Literature, when a debilitating and rare spinal cord infection nearly took her life. With a revised interest in Literature upon her recovery, Hreno blended her research from her Masters Degree with her studies in Twentieth-Century Southeast Asian History to write Gondun.
She started writing Gondun to speak about the trends she saw in the Literature and Culture of a Post-9/11 World, but found herself writing about her own physical pain and the way that history repeats itself, as our Post-9/11 World shares certain characteristics with the Cold War Era. The result is a novel about love, History, war, and pain.
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