Thank you Penguin Random House Canada and G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers for providing me with a finished copy of the book to review.
In 2018 I had a goal of 52 books to read but I hit that far more quickly than I expected to so I "doubled" it to 100...
Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of the ARC This collection of Georgia Hill's The Little Book Cafe trilogy follows the lives of three small-town women as they re-evaluate their relationships, their goals, and their lives in general. When I requested the book through NetGalley, I went into thinking cheesy Hallmark-movie romance, but... Continue Reading →
Thank you to the publishers for providing Indigo Books & Music Inc. with an ARC for review as part of the selection process for the January Staff Pick of the Month. This review does not reflect the views and opinions of Indigo Books & Music Inc. and are my own independent thoughts of the work... Continue Reading →
For the month of December, I wanted some light books to read to help deal with the self-critical state I end up in towards the end of the year. One of those books I picked was the first of the Molly Murphy series by Rhys Bowen, Murphy's Law. This first mystery follows Molly from Ireland to America as... Continue Reading →
Ever since I was a kid I have loved learning about the different cultures of Indigenous people across Canada and as I've grown up, I've become more and more heartbroken by the hardships those who live on the rez have had to deal with. A few weeks ago I stumbled upon an interview with author... Continue Reading →
I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review When I read Liz Nugent's last novel, Unraveling Oliver, I felt that it was an interesting character study rather than the thriller I was expecting. Much can be said the same for this most recent novel. The story follows three... Continue Reading →