Sophie Bédard broke into Québec's comics scene with Almost Summer, a webcomic about teenagers doing whatever it is teenagers do which was later published as a four volume series by Pow Pow Press. Lonely Boys, her latest book, has garnered great reviews since its release in French in Spring 2019 and won the Doug Wright Award for Best Book in 2021. Sophie currently lives in Montréal.
Back at it for another year, we at All Lit Up made reading resolutions to challenge us throughout 2021. Scroll on for our reading resolutions and books in our TBR piles this year.
Our final Read Harder Challenge of the year is all about bingeable book series and more bookish challenges to get you reading harder, too!
BINGEMAS day two is for all the twenty-something souls who are always Insta-ready and are never less than five seasons deep into a juicy drama worth speculating about online.
This week we wished away the summer heat with a look ahead to fall book bingeing, gave advice to English majors for more pleasure reading, and got our school spirit on. Read on for that and more.
You’ve raided a billion dungeons and you’re at Paragon Level 200 in Diablo III. You’ve collected every last moon in Super Mario Odyssey. You’ve won countless rounds of Fortnite. At some point, you need to put down a screen, maybe pick up a book. Welp, if you love yourself ... Read more
It's our last In Review of the year and we wanted to express our sincerest thanks for following along with our bookish exploits and adventures. Happy holidays from everyone at All Lit Up, and we hope to see you back here in 2018!
Featuring hand-picked selections by authors we admire for all the readers on your holiday gift list, our Gift Guide Week is as lit as it gets. Today, poet and short story writer (and maybe one of the funniest people out there), Dina Del Bucchia shares five choice titles for ... Read more
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