In Other Reading

2018-12-03T17:18:46-05:00

Much of September and October were occupied by reading books which appeared on prizelists and a few which I thought might appear there. Most of these I’ve already discussed (a quick way to locate them is through my Autumn 2018 Prizelists and Events page, which collects the relevant posts

In Other Reading2018-12-03T17:18:46-05:00

Michael Redhill’s Bellevue Spiral (2017)

2017-11-09T08:13:20-05:00

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)2017-11-09T08:13:20-05:00

Nonfiction November Week Two: Pairing

2017-11-08T10:16:06-05:00

This week, we are invited to pair up a nonfiction book with a fiction title. "It can be a 'If you loved this book, read this!' or just two titles that you think would go well together. Maybe it’s a historical novel and you’d like to get the real

Nonfiction November Week Two: Pairing2017-11-08T10:16:06-05:00

Louise Erdrich’s Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country (2003)

2017-10-27T09:49:36-05:00

The table of contents is simple but thrilling for me, the book's five chapters all themes and topics of great interest: Books and Islands, Islands, Rock Paintings, Books, and Home. If the other titles in the series (from National Geographic)  are even half of what this volume appears to be,

Louise Erdrich’s Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country (2003)2017-10-27T09:49:36-05:00
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