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Speaking with author Amelinda Berube about Canadiana and ghost stories

Book Time interviews Ottawa author Amelinda Berube about ghosts and things that go bump in the night.


Q&A with author/illustrator Aidan Cassie about visual storytelling, Provence and a dog named Sterling

Book Time hosts a Q&A with British Columbia author/illustrator Aidan Cassie about a variety of topics including Sterling, Best Fork/Dog Ever

Speaking with The Honest Toddler about her picture book The Big Bed

Book review and interview with The Honest Toddler blogger Bunmi Laditan about her first picture Book The Big Bed.

Q&A with British Columbia author Karen Rivers about All That Was

Rivers latest book delves into the relationship of two best friends British Columbia author Karen Rivers’ latest book, All That Was ($21.15, Raincoast Books, Farrar, Straus and Giroux), was published Jan. 16 and tells the story about two best friends... Continue Reading →

Richard Hill, author of Finding Family, talks family and DNA testing

7 questions to Hill about the hunt to find his family When Richard Hill was 18, his doctor mentioned his adoption, assuming he already knew about it. He did not. Hill, the author of Finding Family: My Search for Roots... Continue Reading →

7 questions to crime thriller author Michelle Davies

London, England, author Michelle Davies' second book featuring Detective Constable (DC) Maggie Neville – Wrong Place - is now out ($16.99, PGCBooks). Davies has been a magazine contributor for more than 20 years, including working at Elle, Heat and Grazia... Continue Reading →

Q&A with author Karen Swan about The Christmas Secret, writing and travel

The Christmas Secret by Karen Swan ($24.99, PGC Books) came out Nov. 2 and I interviewed the author about Christmas, writing and how she researches her books. You can read my review of The Christmas Secret here.   Hi Karen, Q. Thank... Continue Reading →

Speaking with Toronto book publisher Jessica Alex about entrepreneurial spirit and Moving Mountains One Page At A Time

Toronto resident Jessica Alex is “Moving Mountains One Page At A Time”. Alex is the owner of Upon A Star Books Inc., a publishing company with a mission of producing children's and young adult books that “educate and inspire”, as... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Vancouver author Ari Goelman and The Innocence Treatment

Raincoast Books offered me the chance to interview Vancouver author Ari Goelman about his latest book The Innocence Treatment, which comes out Oct. 17. Hello Ari, Congratulations on your latest book The Innocence Treatment. I have read a lot of... Continue Reading →

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