Books have birthdays all the time, but do we really celebrate any of their accomplishments after the first year? Sometimes but not always is the most honest question.
In Episode 2, James tells us a little about himself and how TMR got its start back in 2015. Also, he talks of the plans he has for the podcast.
Lots of great info this week! How to grow your writerly pumpkin patch this fall! Plus, an exclusive chat with wonderful author Linwood Barclay, as well as can you plot your book using an online template? I'll share the skinny about an amazing writer, D.J. McIntosh, who did just that! Plus, a crucial tip from a top agent about what to focus on in the book world!
Episode 7 of "I Read Somewhere That" by Lisa De Nikolits.
Escape between the pages of a book this season with our roundup of page-turning fiction and timely non-fiction coming out over the next few months in 2021.
Join Bill Arnott as we explore western Canada’s creative lit scene from the ground up, bedrock-solid yet perpetually in motion. Like our imminent coastal quake, my epicentre is BC’s southwest. For now.
Saying goodbye to 2019 is a little easier when there's much to look forward to regarding the literary scene from my perspective here in Atlantic Canada. In this post, I'm going to highlight a few books, some I am currently reading and others that are near or at the top of my TBR list. There are also some interviews to look forward to, as well as new releases.
If you are in the Miramichi area, I encourage you to stop into Mill Cove Coffee and see what they have to offer in the way of coffees, treats and, of course, books!
It took a lot of deliberation, but here are "The Very Best" books I have read in the 2015-2016 reading 'season' (September to September).