Robert's years of experience working with traumatised children is evident in his storytelling, creating a tale that pulls no punches but is full of dark humour and hope.
Elyse and I haven't had a bookish adventure in a while, so we decided to take our chances with another one of the Toronto Public Library's free events. I found an event called Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Decoded, which sounded interesting, so we made our way out to Etobicoke with high hopes. Author, David Day reveals... Continue Reading →
It's time for another 5 Books Friday! I love meeting authors, and I am really really lucky to work in an industry that actively encourages me to go to amazing literary events. This week's topic: 5 books by authors I have met They Left Us Everything by Plum Johnson - The adorable Plum is a local... Continue Reading →
I don't read a lot of mystery, but when I do it's generally not very serious mystery. It's not the kind that gets made into a movie, or sparks serious debate, which is why The Truth and Other Lies is a bit of a change for me. This book still has me scratching my head long... Continue Reading →
I think we all want to meet our favourite authors at some point, even though, if past experiences are any indication, I'd be a complete idiot each time. Even when I meet authors that I don't know I get all flustered, so meeting a hero would be ridiculous. Mercedes Lackey - Although I don't read... Continue Reading →