In Review: The Week of July 30

August 4, 2018

From favourite summertime reading spots to tasty nutritious meals to the start of this month's book club, this week was a mid-summer treat.

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~ We polled authors and publishers to snoop their favourite summertime reading spots.

~ Jessica Mitton's new cookbook Some Good (Breakwater Books) inspired this tasty staff meal.

~ We chatted with Freehand Books publisher Kelsey Attard about the process of publishing this month's #ALUbookclub pick, The Figgs by Ali Bryan.

~ We were taken by storm in Read This, Then That pairing two novels that centre on the Hurricane Hazel: Jeanette Lynes' The Small Things that End the World (Coteau Books) and Mark Sinnett's The Carnivore (ECW Press).

~ Because we love a good coming-of-age novel, we turned our attention to David Kingston Yeh's debut fiction A Boy at the Edge of the World (Guernica Editions).

 

 

 

Around the Web

 

~ A good reminder from science that "transportation" (or getting lost in a book) makes you healthier all around.

~ Literary FOMO is real and you're not alone.

~ First rule: never reshelve the books! Here are the dos and don'ts of visiting a library.

 

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What Else We're Reading

Staffer Lauren read Chelene Knight's memoir Dear Current Occupant (Book*hug).

 

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