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Ed O’Loughlin’s Minds of Winter

2017-11-22T12:10:38+00:00

The novel begins with a news article, about a chronograph believed to have been lost with the Franklin expedition but discovered many years later, disguised as a Victorian carriage clock. Minds of Winter offers readers a glimpse into then and now and times in-between. There are no overarching commentaries

Ed O’Loughlin’s Minds of Winter 2017-11-22T12:10:38+00:00

Non-Fiction November Week Three: Ask/Be/Become the Expert

2017-11-13T17:57:45+00:00

2017’s Nonfiction November is hosted by Katie at Doing Dewey, Lory at Emerald City Book Review, Julie at Julz Reads, and Kim at Sophisticated Dorkiness! Three ways to join in this week! You can either share 3 or more books on a single topic that you have read and can recommend (be the expert), you can

Non-Fiction November Week Three: Ask/Be/Become the Expert 2017-11-13T17:57:45+00:00

Mavis Gallant’s “Paola and Renata” (1965)

2017-11-21T15:27:35+00:00

The widow has let her hair go. It is half mahogany and half dull grey. Not only grey, but dull grey. Paola and Renata's listening that summer One has the sense that being a widow might have brought this about. The simple act of inhabiting widowhood. But that

Mavis Gallant’s “Paola and Renata” (1965) 2017-11-21T15:27:35+00:00

Tanya Talaga’s Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death and Hard Truths in a Northern City

2017-11-28T10:54:11+00:00

Nominated for the Writers' Trust Prize for Non-Fiction in Canada, Tanya Talaga's book explores the situation which led to the deaths of seven Indigenous high school students in the Thunder Bay area, five of them in the rivers surrounding Lake Superior. The sense of northern community which might be

Tanya Talaga’s Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death and Hard Truths in a Northern City 2017-11-28T10:54:11+00:00

Michael Redhill’s Bellevue Spiral (2017)

2017-11-09T08:13:20+00:00

Whether or not it's 50%, there is a part of Michael Redhill who is Inger Ash Wolfe; he has published four mysteries using this pseudonym. And, so, there is certainly some Michael Redhill, in Hazel Micallef, too. Hazel being the heroine of that series. But she's a character, you

Michael Redhill’s Bellevue Spiral (2017) 2017-11-09T08:13:20+00:00