The Beauty of Humanity Movment by Camilla Gibb

The Beauty of Humanity Movment by Camilla Gibb

The Beauty of Humanity Movement by Camilla Gibb My rating: 4 of 5 stars Read in celebration of I Read Canadian Day. Something about the stories Gibb tells and the way she tells them intrigues me. Not my usual book of choice, the power and intensity behind the plot and the brilliance of each character […]

The Heist by Jason Lawson

Jason Lawson is a New Brunswick author I will always be eager to read as the only guarantee from his stories is greatness. Sometimes there is a lot of humour, other times history and sometimes, like in The Heist, fast paced adventure that had me hooked from the first scene. Sarah was waiting for the […]

We Will All Be Received by  Leslie Vryenhoek

We Will All Be Received by Leslie Vryenhoek

We All Will Be Received by Leslie Vryenhoek My rating: 5 of 5 stars I had no idea what to expect but, as cliche as it was, was hooked immediately. The characters were real, the setting of Newfoundland was brought to life and the story, while hopefully extreme in some cases, was overall very sweet, […]

One for the Rock by Kevin Major

A murder mystery I finished Halloween night as it better set the mood for the conclusion of the well-written story published by Breakwater Books. Set in Newfoundland, fitting for the title, the story takes Sebastian through a journey like no other and none he ever expected. A former teacher, he now makes his money as […]

Poplar Falls The Death of Charlie Baker

The newest, yet to be released officially, book by Pierre C. Arseneault, an author living in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Not for the faint of heart, even though it ventures away from his more terrifying tales such as Oakwood Island and Sleepless Nights Poplar Falls takes us to the privacy of a bedroom that, we […]

Are You Busy?

Often times people complain they are busy – I admit to saying it way too often myself – because really we all have 24 hours in a day and some people truly make the most of it. Being busy is simply a matter of perspective and priorities and people prove it all the time. Yes, […]

Now Meet Pierre C Arsenault of Mysterious Ink!

Now Meet Pierre C Arsenault of Mysterious Ink!

I had the pleasure of interviewing both Canadian authors, Angella Cormier and Pierre C Arsenault, about their newest release – Oakwood Island. I’m going to post their responses in separate parts so you can enjoy meeting them both: Angella this week and Pierre will be next week. Check out my review of the book here. […]

Pewter Angels by Canadian Author Henry K Ripplinger

Pewter Angels by Canadian Author Henry K Ripplinger

Two years ago my mother met Henry at the Moncton Costco store where he was selling his box set – The Angelic Letters Series. From Saskatchewan, Henry encouraged the purchase of the entire set (of course he did!) and I’m so glad my mother called to ask if I wanted it. As my followers know, […]

Forgotten by Canadian Author Louise Boulter

Forgotten by Canadian Author Louise Boulter

Forgotten by Louise Boulter by Louise Boulter My rating: 5 of 5 stars A very powerful account of what life could be like living on the streets. With characters I found I could easily bond with and feel for, I was intrigued by T’s story from beginning to end. Waking up in an Albertan hospital, […]

Descent Had Me Falling for Canadian Author Kristina Stanley

If I hear of a contest I’m eligible for I enter it, especially if the prize consists of books so when I heard of Imajin Book’s contest celebrating their Canadian success and authors I had to enter. A few days later I found out that I won the ebook by Kristina Stanley, Decent (A Stone […]