I have a pile of books I want/need to read but they are going to have to wait. It's November, Christmas is less than a month away and I am reading what I am always reading at this time of... Continue Reading →
I have a friend who won't read any sad books. When I recommend her books, I have to remember nothing horrific, just a happy story that she can escape to for a few minutes. Briar Rose by Jane Yolen wouldn't... Continue Reading →
I was once accused of judging books by their covers. A person called me out when I said I would read the book in question because I loved the cover. His point was that I really should be thanking the... Continue Reading →
Raincoast Books suggested I read and review Jennifer Mathiew's book Afterward - a young adult novel with a different twist. Q. I loved Afterward. It was sad, but also powerful. It was hopeful. It was also, as you have said, about finding light within... Continue Reading →
November's Book Time theme is about war, and while more reviews will be coming on that, the mask that sang by Susan Currie (Second Story Press) and I am Not a A Number by Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer... Continue Reading →
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