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The unread shelf project: February update

This month, I did the opposite of last month – I didn’t stress out about library books! In fact, I borrowed a lot of library books. It’s weird to think that library books were causing me so much grief last … Continue reading

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Reading update, February 2017

One of my reading goals for this year is to read more diversely and, lately, I’ve been focusing a lot on Native Canadian stories. This is mostly because I’m Canadian and should probably try and understand a little more about … Continue reading

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Reading update, January 2017

Friends, I read so many books in January! I started my quest to read more Indigenous Canadian books, I finally read a John Green book, I powered through one of my least favourite challenge criteria on the Read Harder list, … Continue reading

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My favourite 2016 reads

It’s always hard to pick my top books of the year because I don’t want to limit myself to just the books I gave the highest ratings to – my ratings are often dependent on my mood at the time … Continue reading

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Reading year in review 2016

My 2016 reading challenge had three items: Read 50 books Read at least one of the Canada Reads contenders Read at least one of the books on the Scotiabank Giller prize shortlist I may not have completed goals number 2 … Continue reading

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Reading update, June 2016

June meant vacation time and, for me, that meant very little reading (I was too busy hanging out with my niblings and gardening). Picture books: This is Sadie – Utterly delightful (good story, great art) Other books: The Stonekeeper’s Curse … Continue reading

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Reading update, May 2016

I started this month off with some kids books, because why the heck not :) (Seriously, though, I’m going to be a sad auntie when the niblings are no longer young enough to appreciate picture books). The pictures books that … Continue reading

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