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LiteraryMindedLiteraryMinded

Book reviews, author interviews and the literary adventures of writer, edit...

 
Libdrone Book ReviewsLibdrone Book Reviews

A frequently updated book review site which covers a wide range of genres a...

 
A SaltedA Salted

Blog of writer/bookseller/reviewer Sara Crowley

 
The Book ChookThe Book Chook

The Book Chook is where children's literacy and literature collide. Re...

 


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Tide Rips and Back Eddies: Bill Proctor’s Tales of Blackfish Sound (Harbour Publishing, 2015) is the second book Bill Proctor and Yvonne Maximchuck have co-authored about Billy’s life in and around the Broughton Archipelago between northern Vanco...

I live off the off the grid most of the year. My husband and I grew up during the back-to-the-land movement in the 60s, but neither of us participated. I guess we just weren't ready, but now we are.David Cox the author of Our Life Off the Grid recomm...

My office is a mess. So are many areas of my house, to be honest. I don’t like cleaning, so I tend not to bother with cleaning books. Even if they motivate me to clean, everything gets dirty again and, well, what’s the point? But then I met Unfuc...

Silent Quarter's written and illustrated components have a symbiotic relationship so rarely seen in illustrated prose.The post Silent Quarter Book Review appeared first on shelfabuse.com.

We are taking review requests for William P. Dunn’s SANDY’S GIFT: WALKING WITH THE LIGHT. This is a review campaign and not a blog tour. If requesting review copies, we ask that you post your review at Amazon no later than February 26, please. ...

For my book, Shell Shocked Britain: The First World War’s legacy for Britain’s mental health, I read Testament of Youth, and Because You Died: Poetry and Prose of the First World War and After, both of which I found deeply … Continue readin...

Drawn to Sea by Yvonne MaximchukI love to read about Coastal British Columbia. I found a book in the BC Ferries gift shop called Drawn to Sea: Paintbrush to Chainsaw – Carving Out a Life on BC’s Rugged Raincoast by Yvonne Maximchuk and bought it...