For our final week of our July book club, we've rounded up four follow-up reads to Eric Dupont's Life in the Court of Matane (Baraka Books/QC Fiction) that'll ease you into a life post-Matane.
Our final Read Harder Challenge of the year is all about bingeable book series and more bookish challenges to get you reading harder, too!
This week we serve up big pool party energy, reading follow-ups, Scarborough, and much more!
Whether you're of the "New Year, New Me" mindset or simply want to cook more or procrastinate less, we've rounded up four books for four common resolutions to help you get there.
From romantic love to canine-human friendship, we're celebrating all kinds of love this week with our roundup of Top 10 literary couples.
It's that last week before the big "S" starts for lots of families across the country, and the big "F" (Fall publishing season, that is), comes for US ALL. Embrace the temporary lull with this week's two great literary events.
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose ... Read more
It’s peak book award season, and between the Giller Prize, Governor General’s Awards, Writers’ Trust Awards, we thought it was high time to hand out some awards of our own: books from this year we think may have been looked over by the juries (no blame to juries: they ... Read more
The Thanksgiving leftovers are gone and the Halloween candy is everywhere, tempting us at every turn. If you, like us, need a distraction from the candy calling your name everywhere you go, read on for this week's book news and recommendations.
It’s that time of year again, the one that kids loathe and parents love: back to school. Whether you’re living it or remembering it, school will bring forth a lot of memories for everyone, both good and bad. In today’s Top 10 we’re reminiscing some of our school memories ... Read more
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