Last week we celebrated new releases with our Fall Preview: five whole days with over 20 new titles recommended. While that's a lot of books and your TBR pile for fall may be filling up faster than your dinner plate at Thanksgiving, we aren't quite finished.
Last week we celebrated new releases with our Fall Preview (check it out
here if you missed it): five whole days with over 20 new titles recommended. While that's a lot of books and your TBR pile for fall may be filling up faster than your dinner plate at Thanksgiving, we aren't quite finished.
For the month of October we’ll be featuring a selection of new titles, from poetry to fiction to non-fiction, that all have one thing in common: they are first books.
The first published book for an author is a very special thing; obviously for the writer, but for the reader as well. As a reader, isn’t it a joy to discover a new writer you connect with? And when you discover a favourite new writer, don’t you want to share it with your fellow book lovers?
Get to know these new authors right from their first book and spread the word that you read them first:
Follow along with us here as we get to know more about the writers and publishers behind some of the books recently released from CanLit’s up-and-coming new voices. We'll be back tomorrow with
Sons and Fathers by Daniel Goodwin.
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