Sheila's Shenangans Online Magazine is an eclectic blend of historical, inspirational, humourous and thought provoking stories about Alberta history, rural living, recipes and lessons learned from my life experience.
What People Are Saying
I devoured the December magazine! I loved every word of it. The best of all is your own input. I read the entire magaziine as I drank my morning coffee and it was like having a visit with you.
~ Peg Laing, Barrhead AB
Wow! There is so much knowledge and history and personality in this magazine! I can't wait to read more and learn more about our amazing province and all its been for so many people. Great work Sheila! As always, your passion shines through and inspires! ~ Nicki Chalifoux, Wildwood, AB
Hey meant to congratulate you earlier on your magazine. It was amazing to read. Thoroughly enjoyed it. . . Thumbs up!
~ Dave Auch, Smith AB
I really enjoyed reading about all the historical event in the northern Alberta region. Great work on all the research!
~ C. Cardinal, Calling Lake AB
How To Subscribe
Annual Subscriptions - $50 per year
Individual Issues - $5 each
How Do You Receive Your Magazine?
The magazine arrives in subscibers mail boxes between the 1st and the 5th of each month. It is a Google Document link.
1) Send an email money transfer to email@example.com.
This direct deposits and eliminates any processing fees.
2) Mail a check to :
PO Box 218
Smith, AB T0G 2B0
3) For credit card payments purchase through Buymeacoffee.com
(Annual Subscriptions and Individual Issues are Available)
Please be sure to include the email you wish the magazine to be sent to!
Article Index & Ideas
I am collecting story ideas in the following Google spreadsheet. The status is also included.; in progress, expected publishing date or when it was published.
This is a fluid and organic list and will change as I record ideas for stories..
To entertain, educate, and inspire by telling the stories of place, both past and present.
To map & share stories for people from around the world to explore Alberta and immerse themselves in it's rich and diverse history.
To tell the 'Stories of Place' through the map based heritage & travel app, an online magazine and social media channels.