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Reflecting on the Ties We Bind | Review of "Little Sister" by Barbara Gowdy (2017) Patrick Crean Editions

There always seems to be a magical and unexplainable bond between people at times. Be it friends, family members or even total strangers, we seem attracted to certain people so much that we are able to sense their thoughts and emotions without even saying a word out loud. 892 more words

Canadian Literature

Dead Or Alive: Local Girl Missing Review (ARC)

“Someone knows where she is…”

I was lucky enough to receive a digital advanced review copy of Local Girl Missing by Claire Douglas in exchange for an honest review. 575 more words

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'What I do now will cause . . .?' | Review of "Me (And) Me" by Alice Kuipers (2017) HarperCollins Canada

(I received an Advanced Reading Copy of this book. I will add pull-quotes to this review once I get my hands on a true printed copy.) 370 more words

Canadian Literature

(M)y books often explore how writing and creativity give my characters tools to deal with the world | Q&A with author Alice Kuipers on her novel "Me (and) Me"

Alice Kuipers is a very popular author of Young Adult fiction and one of good merit.  Her newest book  –  Me (and) Me –  is already garnishing praises on from all manners of readers and bringing new fans to her works. 1,529 more words

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Engaging the Younger Audience on their own Terms | Review of "The Death of Us" by Alice Kuipers (2014) HarperTrophyCanada

I am always asked to recommend books for young adults, usually by parents looking to recommend something for their kids to read. It is usually something I am somewhat nervous in doing. 839 more words

Canadian Literature

Not Only a Smooth and Lyrical Read but an Enlightening One as well | Review of "Dragon Springs Road" by Janie Chang (2017) HarperAvenue

Many of us who read appreciate a story line that is smooth and lyrical. We enjoy slipping into a narrative that seems to float us away from our reality to another world. 1,174 more words

The Original Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig

Want to experience the world through the eyes of another? With the help of Benjamin Ludwig you can see the world through the eyes of Ginny Moon. 182 more words

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