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July 2017

The Lightkeeper’s Daughters is a beautiful book full of history and mystery

I absolutely loved The Lightkeeper's Daughters ($26.99, HarperCollins) by Thunder Bay resident Jean E. Pendziwole. The book tells the story of Elizabeth, whose mind is sharp, but her eyes no longer see. She fills the void with music and memories... Continue Reading →

Recording memories – one line a day

I am a journal fan. I have been writing in journals since I was a young girl, recording what happened when I went over to Jenny's house for a swim or to played outside with Anthea. When my son was... Continue Reading →

Denis Theriault’s The Postman’s Fiancee a strange, but excellent read

There is not much to say about The Postman's Fiancee by Denis Theriault ($15.99, PGC Books, OneWorld) other then you really need to read it. Twenty-two-year-old Tania moved to Montreal to study, fine-tune her French and fall in love. Finding... Continue Reading →

Ontario police officer Michael Walton uses experiences to craft Apok, an action-thriller trilogy

Guns, shootouts, takedowns, police presence – and that is only the book launch While there may be some similarities between Miguel Mejia, Ontario author and police officer Michael Walton's main character in his action-thriller book Apok, there are major differences... Continue Reading →

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