Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Power of Words: If You Find This Letter by Hannah Brencher

The Christmas season is a great time to reflect on one’s character and to determine what makes a “life well-lived.”  Whether you are young or old, becoming the best version of your self often presents a challenging dilemma. If you … Continue reading

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#TheGirlIsBack : New Salander Mystery Meets Cynic’s Expectations

When I first saw The Girl In The Spider’s Web on bookshelves early in October, I was apprehensive. I remain a huge fan of the Stieg Larsson Millennium mysteries (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played With Fire, … Continue reading

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When Everything Feels Like The Movies: YA Fiction With an Edge

What’s it like growing up gay and fabulous in dingy small town America? That’s one of the many questions explored in author Raziel Reid’s first novel When Everything Feels Like The Movies. The book won the Governor General’s award for Young … Continue reading

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