In Review: The Week of September 14th

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!


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On the blog

~ Our sixth birthday celebration includes a six memorable moments from the blog this year and 6 + 6 books that made an impact on us. PLUS: a sweet deal and contest!~ Brand new to our bookshelves is The Hammer of the Witches(Caitlin Press), Kelly Rose Pflug-Back’s dark and stormy poetry collection that contemplates belief, power and fear with a streak of magic. ~ The Indie Reading Room is back with a lineup of 10 authors throughout the fall. Our double feature this week: Michelle Sylliboy reads from poetry collection Kiskajeyi: I AM READY (Rebel Mountain Press) & Raye Anderson reads from her crime novel And We Shall Have Snow (Signature Editions).~ We made no-bake Chocolate Almond-Butter Squares from Jessica Mitton’s new health-conscious dessert cookbook Some Good: Sweet Treats (Breakwater Books), which are so good we’re already making our next batch.

Around the web

~ Regina just got its first indie bookstore — The Penny University Bookstore. ~ The longlist for the 2020 Toronto Book Awards were announced with love to some of our indie faves: Book*hug Press, ECW Press, and Nightwood Editions.~ Thirty-five Canadian writers were longlisted for the 2020 CBC Nonfiction Prize.

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