Margaret Atwood Reading Month 2019 #MARM

2019-10-17T16:10:24-05:00

Margaret Atwood Reading Month is hosted by Naomi at Consumed by Ink and Marcie at BuriedInPrint and inspired by decades of reading Margaret Atwood’s words: journalism and fiction, poetry and comics. From November 1, 2019 through November 30, 2019 we’ll be reading Margaret Atwood, and we invite you to

Margaret Atwood Reading Month 2019 #MARM2019-10-17T16:10:24-05:00

Autumn 2018: In My Reading Log

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Elisabeth Sanxay Holding’s The Blank Wall (1947) “It was a mystery story she had got out of the lending library for her father, and she was not fond of mystery stories. Nobody in them ever seems to feel sorry about murders, she had said.” How unfortunate that Lucia is

Autumn 2018: In My Reading Log2018-12-06T10:42:54-05:00

Reading for #1944Club: Gwethalyn Graham’s Earth and High Heaven

2018-10-17T17:22:46-05:00

In 1944, Canada was dealing with the Conscription Crisis, a military and political crisis following the forced military service for men in Canada during WWII. The Prime Minister was William Lyon Mackenzie King and King George VI was on the English throne. Tommy Douglas, leader of the Cooperative Commonwealth

Reading for #1944Club: Gwethalyn Graham’s Earth and High Heaven2018-10-17T17:22:46-05:00

Carol Shields’ The Box Garden (1977)

2018-04-18T07:56:10-05:00

Event hosted by Kaggsy's Ramblings Stuck in a Book #1977Club So much good women's fiction from 1977, from Margaret Atwood's Dancing Girls to Marilyn French's The Women's Room. But I reread Carol Shields' Unless last year and I wanted to reread another of hers. Enter, The

Carol Shields’ The Box Garden (1977)2018-04-18T07:56:10-05:00
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