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Greek Mythology Book Tag

I saw this last week on DreamlandBookBlog and I thought it would be fun to give it at try! I’ve seen plenty of quirky book tags, but these one seems pretty interesting, so please enjoy my picks and give any feedback or tag me in your own :)!  2,833 more words

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Book events

Saturday, April 30

Local authors Sarah Jennings, Her Excellency Sharon Johnston, Charlotte Gray, Brenda Chapman, David Holdsworth and Frances Boyle will attend the Authors For Indies event at Books on Beechwood, 35 Beechwood Ave. 175 more words


Young and somewhat adult: Pignat, Cumyn release new novels

Two of Ottawa’s most celebrated authors each have a new book out this spring that features egocentric, overbearing high school student council presidents confronted by social misfits. 508 more words


Upcoming literary events in Edmonton

Friday April 29: An evening of readings hosted by the Writers Foundation of Strathcona County, 7 p.m. Audreys Books

Saturday April 30: Authors for Indies Day. 291 more words



Excerpted from Star Trek Memories by William Shatner, ©1993 :

Though it generally took about an hour to do Leonard (Nimoy)’s makeup, the rest of us actors could  each be in and out of the chair in about ten minutes.  53 more words

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Cassidy McFadzean plays with language in her Sask. Book Awards-nominated first book

Cassidy McFadzean will have a memorable 27th birthday on Saturday: She’s a nominee for the 2016 Saskatchewan Book Awards.

McFadzean’s first book — a collection of poetry entitled Hacker Packer — is up for the First Book Award and the City of Regina Book Award. 521 more words

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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

This is not just another WWII story, both the way it’s written and the characters it follows makes it different from the countless Holocaust books I’ve read. 253 more words

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