Notes & Quotes from a Literary Librarian
Gallows View brings me to 10/13
The Good Little Book brings me up to 39.
Just finished #40 ... "Serpents Rising" by David A. Poulsen
10/13 comics; NT, YK, NU, ON, MB, BC, NL, and NB off my provinces/territories 13 (24 in total)
Just finished #41 ... "Dead Air" by David A. Poulsen
Just finished #42 ... "Last Song Sung" by David A. Poulsen
With Tess, I'm up to 40/13.
Sins & Needles brings me up to 7/13
Dorothy Dumbrille's All This Difference makes number fifteen for me, Recommended for any reader from Glengarry.
This sounds like a must read. Romance? Communist manifesto? Readers must decide....(this actually reminds me a bit of Aleta Day - have you read that one?)
Before I Wake by Robert J. Wiersema - brings me up to 8/13Wow, this debut blew me away!! I absolutely loved it.
That makes thirteen for me!
Yay! Congrats on hitting the target!
Dedicated Man brings me to 11/13. Excited to have found a new (to me) mystery series!
With Every Hidden Thing, I'm up to 41.
The Box Garden is number sixteen. My first Carol Shields! What took me so long?
Congrats on reading Shields! Good choice.
10/13 comics; NT, YK, NU, ON, MB, BC, NL, and NB off my provinces/territories 13 (25 in total)
10/13 comics; NT, YK, NU, ON, MB, BC, NL, and NB off my provinces/territories 13 (26 in total)
10/13 comics; NT, YK, NU, ON, MB, BC, NL, and NB off my provinces/territories 13 (27 in total)
Just finished #43 ... "Indefensible" by Pamela Callow set in Halifax
Kim Thuy's Vi brings me to 19/13.
Come From Away brings me up to 15.
With This Fallen Prey I'm up to 42/13.
This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers - this brings me up to 9/13
Gilbert Parker's The Lane That Had to Turning is number 17 for me. Only took six years to finish!
Please Remain Calm by Courtney Summers - this brings me up to 10/13Wow, this sequel just blew me away!! Scary and intense, and I recommend it if you like zombies!
Question: What about a book that takes place in Canada but not written by a Canadian author? Does it qualify? Specifically, White Fang by Jack London.
Hi Darlene -- it's really up to you to decide if something is "Canadian" enough for you -- I tend to go with Canadian authors, but if you feel that White Fang says something to you about Canadian life, then go for it!
Just finished #44 ... "Tattooed" by Pamela Callow, third in a series set in Halifax
In just under the wire for April is 12/13 and it is poetry related!
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