REVIEW: Wolf by Wolf – Ryan Graudin

Hey lovely readers! Thank you for your delightful patience. I working on navigating what this blog looks like while I am also attended two university classes in the evenings, plus my full-time job. I am  hoping to continue with a steady stream of content, but it will likely be more spaced out than normal. This …

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Pride isn’t just a Party

Hey everyone, There was some books that I wanted to recommend before the end of Pride. However, they are less of fictional stories and more of a history lesson. Considering where Pride started through, that is important. Why is it important? Because Pride started as a Riot. While Pride definitely seems to be more of …

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Fictionally Queer in the 18th Century

With Pride Month just around the corner, I started to look for books that are a little bit (or in some cases, a lot) queer to read and review. I started at my public library, checking what they had listed. There are actually quite a few that I decided to check out. Some are classics …

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Perusing Historical Fiction

History tells us what people do; historical fiction helps us imagine how they felt. - Guy Vanderhaeghe For this book review, I'm moving from the memoir of a Saskatchewan man to a fictionalized account of brave rebellion against the might of Rome in Terrance D. Williamson's The Pagan & The Jew: The Jewish Rebellion against the Roman Empire. I …

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A chilling look into Saskatchewan history

I have seen horror through the eyes of a child - James Daschuk, Author of Clearing the Pines This line on the back of The Education of Augie Merasty: A Residential School Memoir captured my attention immediately. That and the beautiful cover showing a solitary mitten in the snow. When I decided that I was …

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