This was a difficult book for me to embrace. In Microphones and Murder, Erin Huss gives us a pair of sisters determined to make it as investigative podcasters. Tired of living life on the sidelines, Liv Olsen gave up everything-her job at the #1 podcast series in the country, her apartment, most of her belongings-to […]
You know how sometimes life is like a jumbled 1980’s movie training montage? My earliest reading memory is something like that.
They say you never forget your first love. That adage still holds true when it comes to your favourite books.
I don’t know if spooky season is coming to an end, or just beginning.
I was tipped off to this delightful book by some innocent byplay on Twitter. An editor or agent wanted a light read. Someone else, also in the industry, casually remarked, “How about the Vampire Knitting Club?”
Once upon a time, Friday was the day for the Friday Five. Or Five on Friday. Or something similarly catchy. Let’s meme on, shall we?
Welcome to my Sunday Post weekly wrap-up! This week we celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving and I managed to finish reading a couple of books.
River of Lies is the fifth book in the BC Blues crime series by R. M. Greenaway. I received the book for free via Netgalley in exchange for a fair review. Unfortunately, I haven’t read the other four books, which would have provided a lot of much-needed backstory. For all that, I did a pretty good job of figuring things out.
I cast on for the next sock in the series. Those last two pairs of socks were motivational! I’m just having trouble getting past the cuff.