Suffering a bit of that summertime sadness? Turn those frowns upside down with this bluesy cover collage that we're channeling big pool party energy with. Grab your favourite pair of sunnies and any one of these rad reads to brighten your day and ramp up your summer vibes.
It's one of our favourite times of the year: the GGLAs were announced, Halloween candy is 50% off, and our schedules are packed with reading events. Read on to see which authors and books we featured on the blog, and what the internet has given us this week.
If you'd rather be hunting for new reads than eggs this week, check out our listings featuring launch parties, reading series, and all good things in between.
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event details, including ... Read more
It's official: we have some scary books for sale here on All Lit Up. With all of the monsters, legendary creatures, and semi-spooky protagonists featuring in these books, we thought pitting them against each other in a card game was the logical next step (but again, we're one ... Read more
It’s been quite an exciting year for indie publishers in Canada; three of five Giller Prize-nominated books on this year’s shortlist were published by indies (congratulations to Biblioasis and Coach House Books!) and André Alexis won that prize, plus the Rogers’ Writer’s ... Read more
A lot of books send characters outside of their usual stomping grounds: it’s often what drives their own development (and the plot, besides). But how would their new settings rate on websites like Yelp or TripAdvisor, where reviewers are famous for being overly enthusiastic, ... Read more
All of the call-outs we make in our Character Study collage this week are (c), the Universal Bureau of Copyrights. Check out the perils of a dystopia where everything is owned, and their violent impact on the book's protagonist, below.
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