A Rewording Life by Sheryl Gordon

This is not a review as such, more of a news item, but one that I feel is important to let folks know about. A Rewording Life is the brainchild of writer and educator (and Moncton, New Brunswick native) Sheryl Gordon whose mother was a victim of dementia. As she states on her website:

How do you piece together a thousand coruscant sentences into a cohesive story – a story meant to raise money for dementia?

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Formac’s Fiction Treasures Series

This week I received two novels in the Formac Fiction Treasure series: Under Sealed Orders by H.A. Cody and A Changed Heart by May Agnes Fleming.

Formac’s site explains the need for reprinting these all-but-forgotten classics from Canada’s past:

Though little known today, from 1860 to 1940 Canadian novelists from the Maritime provinces were writing highly successful books which were widely read in Canada, the US, and Britain.… Continue reading

The Miramichi Reader is Four Months Old!

Above are just some of the books I have reviewed in the past four months. As you can see, I love to read, and many authors and publishers have been kind enough to send me review copies and ARCs (advanced reading copies) for consideration. I thank them all for their support and for your (the East Coast reading community) support too!Too-Much-on-the-InsideFC-FINAL-220x346

To celebrate, I am giving away a new, unread copy of Too Much on the Inside by Danila Botha.… Continue reading

Autistic Resources Miramichi’s Book Nook

Note: Check out the new Book Nook location at 1 Allen St. Douglastown (behind Northumberland Square Mall, formerly Sky-Tech and T&R Sports).

I was on the Chatham side of the Miramichi River today looking for places that sell books due to the fact that we no longer have a dedicated book seller here in Miramichi since the Books Inn fire over two years ago. The ARM (Autistic Resources Miramichi) Book Nook was a place I had heard about since it opened last June; I really don’t know why it took me so long to get there, I drive by Chatham almost every day on my way to and from work.… Continue reading