“I feel devoutly thankful to have been born fond of writing.”
—Winston Churchill

Valerie Green

A Wordsmith at Work

Valerie is a Canadian author living in Victoria, British Columbia. 

Born and educated in England with a background in journalism, history, and English literature, Valerie moved to Canada in 1968, married, and raised a family while continuing an active career as a published author of over 20 nonfiction books. In addition, Valerie freelances for numerous magazines and newspapers.

Coming Soon

Spring 2022

PROVIDENCE, the first book in The McBride Chronicles Trilogy, tells the sweeping story of two parallel lives – a feisty, orphaned girl in England and the son of a poor fisherman in Scotland – who both journey separately to the frontier of the New World in search of a better life. After many adventures along the way, they meet in Victoria on Vancouver Island in 1862, fall in love, marry and create a family dynasty with a backdrop of British Columbia’s incredible history over the next four generations.

Containing hardship, intrigue, deception, lies and, above all, a great love affair, PROVIDENCE is guaranteed to be enjoyed by all who relish historical fiction at its finest. Why not start the McBride story now with the first book in the trilogy – PROVIDENCE – to be released soon by Hancock House Publishers.

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Kind words.

Victoria’s most prolific author

Valerie Green might be Victoria’s most prolific author and historian and has no plans of slowing down.

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Saanich News

Lives and breathes culture and history

Valerie Green lives and breathes culture and history.

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Saanich News reporter

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