Don Hayward has written nine books. Five books are set in southern Ontario Canada after a global economic collapse under the general category of After the Last Day. These books are, Collapse, Under Shadows, The End of Shadows, The Seventh Path and Journey's End.
Sherwood Green is the story of environmental resistors attempting to end the industrial destruction of life on Earth by attacking Toronto's financial heart.
Two books deal with High Falls on the Spanish river, Ontario.
Echo of the Whip-poor-will is a fictionalized telling of some of the author's memories growing up in the hamlet of High Falls.
High Falls Eskimanetigon Spanish River Ontario 1904 to 1986 is a non-fiction, pictorial history of the town.
In a fun category, Murder on the Goderich Local is a light murder mystery focused on an old railway that serviced Goderich Ontario.
Don grew up at High Falls, a hydro-electric generating site on the Spanish River, surrounded by the natural world of the Canadian Shield hard rock country. Manitoulin Island was a favorite day-trip destination and the experience of the north has influenced Don’s feeling for the natural world. During 1970 – 71 he backpacked and worked in Australia. Returning to Canada to study photography, Don met his wife Diane in Toronto. The family ran a small part-time farming operation in Dufferin County as Don commuted to his job in the electrical industry. He and Diane now live in Goderich Ontario on Lake Huron.
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