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In Conversation with Francesca Ekwuyasi

The past weeks have been hectic, what with a new role at work, a deadline for an anthology, manuscript consulting for SFU. However, I'm pleased to announce that I have been better at carving out reading time in the past months--I'll talk about the titles in another post. Recently though, I have had the pleasure… Continue reading In Conversation with Francesca Ekwuyasi

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From the Bookshelf: History of Wolves

I was craving a thriller so I searched for a "literary thriller" online, my definition being one that delivers suspense and twists without sacrificing depth and flair. To my surprise, a list I consulted included Emily Fridlund's History of Wolves. A chilling read, yes, but I wouldn't have qualified it as a thriller. This made… Continue reading From the Bookshelf: History of Wolves

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From the Bookshelf: Missing reading time in quarantine

One would think I'm reading more these days, but sadly that's not the case. I've been slow to finish novels the past months. Though working from home freed up hours in my week, it almost feels like a sin to set aside time to just read. Turns out, that three-hour commute to work has been… Continue reading From the Bookshelf: Missing reading time in quarantine