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mental health

Q&A with Canadian writer Kate A. Boorman about her young adult psychological thriller What We Buried

Author Kate A Boorman talks writing and editing a physiological thriller, living in France and missing Canada - but not its weather.


DK’s My Mixed Emotions is a great starting tool to talk to children about mental health

DK's My Mixed Emotions teaches kids about their feelings, how to identify them and tips to managing the successfully.

Just read it – Kenneth Oppel’s Inkling reviewed

So much to love in Kenneth Oppel's latest middle grade novel, Inkling. Highly recommended.

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.

Blog Tour and author Q&A: Darius The Great is Not Okay by Adib Khorram

Darius The Great Is Not Okay is a fabulous book about fitting in, being yourself and friendship.

Didn’t see that coming in Rosie Walsh’ Ghosted: book review

Rosie Walsh's Ghosted offers a different middle than was expected.

Excellent read in Second Story Press’ A Fist Around the Heart

A Fist Around the Heart is an excellent read and touches on Jewish persecution, family, women's rights and mental health.

Reviewing Spring by Norway’s Karl Ove Knausgaard

Spring was an interesting and unique read.

Somewhere in the Middle is a quick and important read for women

Somewhere in the Middle by Tina Ware and published by Victorine Publishing shows women what is acceptable and not acceptable when it comes to relationships.

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