Monthly Archives: September 2010

Kate’s Book Blog: Talk: L.M. Montgomery’s Legal Battles with Her Pub…

This talk should be really interesting. Oh, if I could just skip my day job to go! 🙂 But, if you don’t have a day job, you should totally attend this lecture. Kate’s Book Blog: Talk: L.M. Montgomery’s Legal Battles … Continue reading

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SPEAK. Please #Speak Loudly

A few weeks ago, I posted about Ellen Hopkins being uninvited to a book fair in Houston because of the content of her books. In that post I talked about my own experience in school libraries and the importance of … Continue reading

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New Edition of Rilla of Ingleside

I’m so excited that I can finally tell you more about the new edition of my favourite book by L.M. Montgomery, Rilla of Ingleside.   The image on the right is probably the edition people are most familiar with I’ve read … Continue reading

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a Fair Substitute for Heaven: RIP CHALLENGE: the Dark Deeps by Arthur Slade

A great review about Arthur Slade’s new book. a Fair Substitute for Heaven: RIP CHALLENGE: the Dark Deeps by Arthur Slade

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Reflecting on a Probable Past & a Possible Future

I joked on Facebook and Twitter the other day that I was in the middle of two book reviews, Kenneth Oppel’s Half Brother and Suzanne Collins’s Mockingjay, and if I didn’t go home to bed, I probably would end up … Continue reading

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