Ghost Buck: The Legacy of One Man’s Family and its Hunting Traditions by Dean Bennett

When Islandport Press sent me a copy of Ghost Buck to review, I was a little apprehensive about reading it for it is centered around an activity I have never participated in: deer hunting. I'm not even much of an outdoors person, but this book is not in actuality about hunting or wilderness skills. It is chiefly about family and the traditions that they cherish.

Like Any Other Monday by Binnie Brennan Review|Interview

Like Any Other Monday is Halifax author Binnie Brennan's first novel, and it is an impressive one. Its 200+ pages are filled with a wondrous, meticulously researched story set in a time period that has practically been forgotten: the American Vaudeville era, and is loosely based on the life of Buster Keaton. The author also agreed to be interviewed by The Miramichi Reader about the book, her influences and her other interests.