He will be truly missed by so many.

Donations to the The Ed Griffin Educational Bursary, a bursary to help BC inmates with the expenses of higher education, can be made through the John Howard Society, a humanitarian organization (http://www.johnhowardbc.ca/).

To donate by cheque: 
Mail to:
John Howard Society of BC,
Attention the Ed Griffin Bursary Committee
763 Kingsway
Vancouver, BC
V5V 3C2

To donate by credit card or interac:
Go to http://www.canadahelps.org/CharityProfilePage.aspx?CharityID=s5877
On the second page, Donation Details, be sure to mention “For the Ed Griffin bursary account.”

Delaney’s Hope is FREE July 4th to July 7th

Posted: July 4, 2015 by Ed Griffin in Uncategorized

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The Book that was Banned in a Canadian prison.

When Warden Tom Delaney proposes a new kind of prison he never imagined the head of the prison board would give him funding. When he gets the green light there is only one condition-the inmates he’s assigned will be the toughest, most dangerous criminals in the state.

Dystopia is FREE June 26 to June 30

Posted: June 27, 2015 by Ed Griffin in Uncategorized

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LE97E0
This is a book about going to prison. Mike Oulton went to prison for trying to smuggle fifteen kilos of cocaine into the United States. Ed Griffin went to prison to cause a revolution. He wanted men to write their stories and when the public discovered the horror of prison, the walls would come tumbling down.

Beyond the Vows is FREE June 20 to June 23

Posted: June 19, 2015 by Ed Griffin in Uncategorized

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Young Catholic priest, JP Lacey, finds himself falling in love with a young woman, Caitlin O’Neil, who helps him with youth in the parish. Everything he learned in the seminary tells him this is wrong. Caitlin, likewise, learned that falling in love with a priest was a deadly sin. A dynamic union organizer has proposed to Caitlin, while a wild ex-nun shows JP one way to leave the priesthood, while a self-educated church janitor counsels a different way.

VETO IS FREE – JUNE 14 TO JUNE 17

Posted: June 14, 2015 by Ed Griffin in Uncategorized

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When the security council of the United Nations known as the Big Five – Russia, France, Britain, the U.S. and China, veto a proposal to help starving people in Somalia, the U.N. Secretary General, Pilar Marti fights to have the Big Five disbanded in favour of a new democratic system.
With the possibility of losing control of the U.N., the Big Five do everything in their power to stop Pilar. In a cat and mouse race for her life, Pilar must convince the United Nations to change before it’s too late.

VETO IS ON SALE FOR $0.99 – MARCH 7 TO MARCH 13

Posted: March 7, 2015 by Ed Griffin in Uncategorized

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005ZIT5DK

When the security council of the United Nations known as the Big Five – Russia, France, Britain, the U.S. and China, veto a proposal to help starving people in Somalia, the U.N. Secretary General, Pilar Marti fights to have the Big Five disbanded in favour of a new democratic system.
With the possibility of losing control of the U.N., the Big Five do everything in their power to stop Pilar. In a cat and mouse race for her life, Pilar must convince the United Nations to change before it’s too late.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LE97E0

Dystopia is a society of human misery, squalor, disease, terror and overcrowding. It is the opposite of Utopia.

This is a book about going to prison. Mike Oulton went to prison for trying to smuggle fifteen kilos of cocaine into the United States. Ed Griffin went to prison to cause a revolution. He wanted men to write their stories and when the public discovered the horror of prison, the walls would come tumbling down.

Mike counts the years and the days until he can get back on the street; Ed numbers the converts to his revolution. One day they meet in a classroom and neither is the same again.