Introducing Alex Lyttle

We're very pleased and proud to introduce the newest author to the Central Avenue cache of amazingly talented human beings, Alex Lyttle.

Alex is a pediatrician living in Calgary, Alberta with his wife and three children. He was raised in London, Ontario - the setting of his first novel, From Ant to Eagle, which he wrote based on his experiences working in the Pediatric Oncology unit. When he is not working, writing or playing basketball, he enjoys learning new magic tricks to perform for his young patients.

From Ant to Eagle is his first novel and it follows an 11-year-old boy through a tumultuous time in his and his family's life. We'll post more on his fantastic book once we've finished the cover and worked through all the details. It will be published in April 2017.

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News & Reviews

  • "An Elegant Theory is a vibrant puzzle of a novel, an unstoppable force—full of twists, turns, and surprises while remaining fully grounded in real life to today." ~ Jessica Anya Blau, Author of The Trouble with Lexie
  • "An Elegant Theory intrigues the mind, thrills the senses, and keeps the reader engaged straight through to the surprising ending. An auspicious debut." ~ Rilla Askew, Author of Kind of Kin
  • 300 Things I Hope: "A whole book of “I hope this...” and “I hope that...” and you think, blah blah, blah, until you read that particular hope which is just for you, it must be just for you it is so perfect, and the whole book opens like a window onto a sunny day." Joey Comeau, Author of A Softerworld
  • Immortal's Spring: "If you want a book that will challenge, excite and enthrall you, then this might be the book for you." Long and Short Reviews
  • The Recipient: "...a ‘heart’ pounding tale filled with plenty of suspense and surprises." Long and Short Reviews
  • "Immortal’s Spring pulls readers right back into this reimagining of the Greek myths and emergence of modern-day gods and goddesses, and this novel is just as hard to put down as the previous two." ~ San Francisco Book Review
  • Soul of a Crow: "I was pulled right back into the lives and travels of these characters." A Soccer Mom's Book Blog
  • The Chrysomelia Stories: "...anxious to keep turning the pages to see what would happen..." Nicki J. Markus
  • Soul of a Crow: "Williams populates her historical fiction with people nearly broken by their experiences." Foreword Reviews
  • The Recipient: "...a wonderful read and one that keeps you entertained and guessing all the way through." ~ Lost in a Good Book

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