Your favourite book based on how many page views the book review received.
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Douglas & McIntyre
won the 2010 Scotiabank Giller Prize
a daughter gets to know her father
won the 2011 Scotiabank Giller Prize
set in Paris during 1940, a jazz musician is arrested by the Nazis
Douglas & McIntyre
won the Blurt Award for First Nations, Metis and Inuit Literature in 2013
an aboriginal hockey player journeys back through his life
The Robber Bride
McClelland & Stewart
an imprint of Penguin Random House
three women's three-decade troubled relationship with a woman named Zenia
young adult fantasy
an imprint of Penguin Random House Canada
the fourth and final book in the Rephaim series
Holly Goldberg Sloan
Dial Books for Young Readers
Penguin Young Readers Group
about a short girl in the big adult world of theater
The Birth House
a division of Random House Canada
chronicles Dora Rare's life as she learns the ancient healing science of midwifery
note: what's the difference between a division and an imprint?
Bookjobs defines division as a branch of a publishing company and imprint as the identifying name of a specific line of books
A Wake for the Dreamland
about the faithfulness and devotion of enduring friendship
What will you read this year?
I have enticing suggestions. For example...
Next Sunday evening...
Empire of Wild
Will Joan find her husband? Where did he go? Did the rogarou get him? What is a rogarou?
Sharing my author journey...
I've been working on expanding a manuscript that I've been working on for a while. It's a collection of knitting-themed
writing. This requires re-reading and re-writing some old stories.
During my revisions I've noticed a repeated attempt to "sound fancy". By that I mean something like...
Having observed my passion for knot tying.
I far prefer...
The year I turned seven--or maybe eight or...--I spent hours knotting string.
Which to our prefer?