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Another fantastic, LOL – cry – read from Alexandra Potter

Clear off your calendar, because this book will have you reading until the end (and laughing. And crying).

Q&A with Canadian author Marina Cohen about her latest middle grade book Shadow Grave

"I have always had a passion for creepy stories and films and so I aspire to write the sorts of things that make me happy—shiver-inducing, spine-tingling, creepy-mystery-thrillers." Read my Q&A with Scarborough author Marina Cohen.

Fast read in Rosie Walsh’s latest book The Love of My Life

The Love of My LIfe is one of those books you can't say much in fear of spoiling everything.

Star Wars, knitting fans – I have a book for you

Tanis Gray's Star Wars Knitting the Galaxy makes me wish I was a knitter - sort of.

Book Time: 5 books for kids, middle graders and adults you should read, too

This blog post was originally published in NewmarketToday.ca and copied here with permission. I used to read every book I ever started, start to finish regardless of if I was enjoying it. Not any longer. Now only books I love make... Continue Reading →

Block off an afternoon for Karen Swan’s latest Midnight in the Snow

Karen Swan's latest book was a bit slow to start, but once it hooked me in, I was committed to the end.

Friendship and book lovers – middle grade and young adult books reviewed

Two middle grade books and a young adult book about books, friendship and the ice age.

Book Time: 7 summer reads

If you are looking for a perfect summer read, I have listed out some of my favourites including two debut novels - Haven Point and Hurricane Summer. This blog originally was posted in Newmarkettoday.ca

Q&A with Brenden Carlson about science, writing and Midnight, a ‘gritty, tech-noir’ book set in the 1930s

What a great interview with Ontario-based author Brenden Carlson's whose "gritty, tech-noir version of 1930s Manhattan" comes out July 20. It's from Dundurn.

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