There have been many times over the past six months where I have had to convince myself that things would, eventually, get better. Times where I had to talk myself into pasting a smile on my face and adopting a positivity I didn't feel. Times where I said things like "This too shall pass." and … Continue reading Hope.
This book was perfect company at the end of a long day. Elissa R. Sloan’s debut novel is a definite page-turner that I enjoyed right through to the end. With crisp writing and unflinching honesty, Sloan tells the story of the four young women of pop group Gloss using dual timelines of their initial rise … Continue reading Review: The Unraveling of Cassidy Holmes by Elissa R. Sloan
One of the greatest things about the writing community is meeting other authors from all over the world. But there is still something special about meeting one in my own hometown. That's Eddy. A kindred writing soul from right here in Vancouver. We first connected over potential launch party venues in our fair city (before … Continue reading Q&A with Eddy Boudel Tan
I finished my copy in just a few days while on vacation. A perfect lakeside read. This book was a perfect summer read and a wonderful follow up to THE FLATSHARE. The story is told from dual POVs of 79 year old Elaine and her granddaughter Leena in alternating chapters as they switch lives for … Continue reading Review: The Switch by Beth O’Leary
In case you didn't already know this, the 2020 Debuts are a seriously talented and wonderfully supportive group of authors. I am so grateful to have connected with them and that so many of them have shared their Q&A's with me. Today I'm excited to feature Kat Turner. Kat's debut novel—HEX, LOVE AND ROCK & … Continue reading Q&A with Kat Turner