Writers Fest Challenge 2019: In Conclusion

Tonight is the first event of the 2019 Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts. Which means I've come to the end of my Writers Fest Challenge for 2019, a self-imposed challenge of attempting to read at least one book from each author. (Here's my original post about it.) So, how did I do? I… Continue reading Writers Fest Challenge 2019: In Conclusion

The Literary Fiction Book Tag

Rachel at pace, amore, libri tagged me for this one and I can't resist some literary fiction talk so here we go! Her answers are great and worth reading and she links to the booktubers who started this tag and I also enjoyed their videos. (Though "book tube" is a whole other area of the… Continue reading The Literary Fiction Book Tag

Book Review: All the Broken Things by Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer

All the Broken Things - Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer (Random House Canada, 2014) I'd had All the Broken Things on my To Read list for a couple of years and when I finally began reading it realized I had no idea what it was actually about. The novel is set in 1984 in Toronto. Bo is fourteen years old. He… Continue reading Book Review: All the Broken Things by Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer

Book Review: Tomorrow There Will Be Sun by Dana Reinhardt

Tomorrow There Will Be Sun - Dana Reinhard (Viking, 2019) I received an Advance Readers' Copy of this book. It is set to be released 12 March 2019. The word that comes to mind when describing Tomorrow There Will Be Sun is "frothy". Like a margarita on a hot day. Not necessarily to be criticized but neither is it something you need in your life. There are a lot of margaritas drunk in this novel. To… Continue reading Book Review: Tomorrow There Will Be Sun by Dana Reinhardt