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Hooked from the first sentence – Gone but still here by Jennifer Dance reviewed

Jennifer Dance's latest book, gone but still here, hooked me from the first sentence. Each chapter tells more of the story from the point of view of characters such as Mary, living with dementia, and Sage, the wise golden retriever who proves humans just don't get it.

Q&A with Canadian author Patricia Miller-Schroeder and her book Sisters of the Wolf

I interview Canadian author Patricia Miller-Schroeder about her book Sisters of the Wolf, a young adult/middle grade book 35 years in the making.

Toronto’s Jennifer Turliuk helps people find happiness in their careers with her new book

Interview with Toronto author Jennifer Turliuk about her Dundurn Press book How to Figure Out What to Do With Your Life. Jennifer talks about the importance of finding a job that makes you happy and how you can do it.

Today is #IReadCanadian Day

It's #IReadCanadian Day. Spend 15 minutes reading the diverse range of Canadian authors.

Toronto author speaks climate change, Donald Trump and Solomon’s Ring: review, blog tour and contest

Sometimes important details slip from my mind. When Dundurn Press asked me to participate in the Solomon's Ring blog tour late last year I had wondered if it mattered if I hadn't read the first book. While they said it... Continue Reading →

Adam Bunch’s The Toronto Book of The Dead is an amazing must-read about Toronto’s history

The Toronto Book of The Dead by Adam Bunch ($16.99, Dundurn) was an amazing read and one I would highly recommend for history lovers, Torontonians and any one else who claims Toronto isn't interesting. The book is written by Bunch,... Continue Reading →

Book Time is on (a summer) vacation

I won't be posting for the next week as I am on vacation, which makes this pile of books kind of funny. I am one of those travellers who embraces her destinations. So, while it sounds fabulous, it's unlikely I... Continue Reading →

Need a Christmas gift? Buy a book. Book Time recommends various titles both new and old

I remember getting Anne of Green Gables in my stocking one year. I am going to say I was about 12. I also remember being pulled into Anne's world instantly, and reading it under the glow of the Christmas tree.... Continue Reading →

Celebrating First Nations culture and talent with Canadian MP Carolyn Bennett’s #GiftingReconciliation and #IndigenousReads campaign

I can't remember when I first started to get excited about First Nation culture, but it was in early adulthood that I spent a lot of time researching and reading about Canada's first people. I took a course at Humber... Continue Reading →

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