Sarah Butland

The Hush Sisters by Gerard Collins

This captivating and haunting tale of two sisters caught me from the very beginning. Gerard Collins developed his characters in The Hush Sisters slowly but methodically through secrets of their past and the bindings of their present while giving them, and the reader, chances to hope for their future. He makes it easy to connect […]

Salem Falls by Jodi Picoult – My Review

Set primarily in 2000 this story is timeless which is terrifying. Salem Falls is where Jack St Bride escapes after spending time in prison for a crime he swears he didn’t commit but will live with him for a life time. Rape of a minor. An accusation a year earlier changes this man from a […]

My Review of Some Good Sweet Treats by Jessica Mitton

A lot of the recipes appeal to me from this cookbook and I have made two so far – Snowballs and Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies. Some Good Sweet Treats by Jessica Mitton is loaded with goodness! The Snowballs, a chocolate macaroon type sweet covered in coconut, were extremely easy to make and the healthy ingredients fairly […]

Throw Down Your Shadows by Deborah Hemming

I blindly picked up this book, with no pretense or idea what it was about or who it was targeted towards. I admit this because I hesitated reading in but am so very glad I did! Sometimes new books and new authors can surprise you and Deborah Hemming did just that with Throw Down Your […]

Dirty Birds by Morgan Murray

Dirty Birds by Morgan Murray

What a story! Filled with loops and cliff hangers and the beloved art of poetry, sort of! Morgan, raised in Alberta and now settled in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia makes a splash with his first novel and a tale surrounded by poetry, music and romance plus some heart ache. This all pales in comparison to […]

Jack Fitzgerald's Treasury of Newfoundland Stories

Jack Fitzgerald’s Treasury of Newfoundland Stories

Published by Creative Book Publishing in Newfoundland, Canada, Fitzgerald dives deeply into the mysteries an mayhem of the province before it was a part of this country as well as after with his collection of stories in Treasury of Newfoundland Stories True Crime & Adventure Volume I. Mayhem described was caused both by people and […]