Raye Anderson spent many years running theatre schools and delivering creative learning programs for arts organizations in Winnipeg, Ottawa and Calgary. Her work has taken her across Canada, from the Pacific coast to the Atlantic coast, and as far north as Churchill and Yellowknife, as well as to the West Indies and her native Scotland. These days home is Manitoba's Interlake, where she is part of a thriving arts community. And Then Is Heard No More is her second crime novel in the Roxanne Calloway series.
Cozy crime hits different in the winter. It's just a fact. So throw another log on the fire, grab an extra blanky, and keep that kettle rockin' because we've got five page turners that'll keep you wondering who dunnit? all season long.
It’s easy to believe—from their perch on your bookshelves and on bedside tables – that books live a quiet little life, keeping time and company with the sunbeams, shadows, and dust motes. The truth is they have a very full life before they make it into your hands and your ... Read more
This week we turned SIX and threw ourselves a blog party with a look back on memorable moments and books, launched this season's Indie Reading Room, treated ourselves to Chocolate Almond-Butter squares from Jessica Mitton's new cookbook, and more!
The All Lit Up Indie Reading Room is open for another season with more authors and new books! If you tuned into our first iteration of IRR, you'll remember we hosted live readings via Zoom all May long. This time we're taking it to the gram with a lineup of ten fantastic authors ... Read more
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