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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.

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 →

Heartbreaking but great: Sirens of Memory and Born Behind Bars reviewed

Great books in both Sirens of Memory about a woman who flees an abusive relationships after the Iraqi invasion and Born Behind Bars, which is about child born in jail and released to the streets of Indian when he is nine.

5 Questions for Toronto’s Jessica Westhead, author of Worry

Toronto author Jessica Westhead answers 5 questions about writing and her latest book, Worry.

Fast but disturbing read in Toronto resident Jennifer Hillier’s Jar of Hearts

Fast read, great characters, horrific details in this thriller set today and 14 years in the past.

Q&A with Her Secret Son author Hannah Mary McKinnon

Oakville resident Hannah Mary McKinnon talks about the stories running through her head and the process of writing in this Q&A.

Fast read that keeps you guessing in Hannah Mary McKinnon’s Her Secret Son

Her Secret Son is a fast read that is worth the time you will be thinking about it afterward.

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