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Drive and Desire| Review of "The Motorcyclist" by George Elliot Clarke (HarperCollins)

It is a universal feeling among humans to get away from it all and start fresh and new. To improve ourselves by going to a different place or being with a different person. 973 more words

Canadian Literature

Lauren Conrad Celebrate by Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad throws the parties that dreams (my dreams!) are made of: lavish, flower-filled fêtes that spare no expense with breathtaking decor, even prettier food, and a thoughtful consideration to every last detail. 250 more words

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Ruined by Amy Tintera 

Keep Your Enemies Close

From HarperTeen, HarperCollins Canada

Release Date: May 3, 2016

Amy Tintera’s first book in a new YA fantasy series introduces you to Emelina Flores, a Princess of the Ruined realm who must save her sister from the clutches of a tyrant and murdering King. 281 more words

Christopher Kruse Saga Part Two | Review of "Son of France" by Todd Babiak (2016) HarperCollinsCollins

Paris is suppose to be the city of light and romance but it has become a mixture of bad memories and strange politics for Christopher Kruse. 1,463 more words

Canadian Literature

Review: The Oxford Inheritance by Ann A. McDonald

  The Oxford Inheritance by Ann A. McDonald
ISBN: 9780062203670
Publisher: William Morrow (HarperCollins)
Release date: February 23rd, 2016
336 pages
Format: ARC

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'The Elf of Invention' of the Rockies and the Human Condition | Review of "The Three Sisters Bar and Hotel" by Katherine Govier (2016) HarperAvenue

The Canadian Rockies have always been this incredible draw for people but for varied reasons. But why? Is there some monumental truth to be found between those peaks? 1,267 more words

#gritLIT2016 Blog Tour | Beyond the Pale by Emily Urquhart

Last year, the wonderful Jessica from Not My Typewriter invited me to Hamilton, Ontario to check out the local gritLIT Festival. I had such a great time dropping in on multiple readings and soaking up the atmosphere — I was surrounded by readers and book lovers all day — it was fabulous. 607 more words

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