New and Upcoming October 2018 Fiction

Andrews, Ilona Archer, Jeffrey Atkinson, Kate Baldacci, David Beaton, M C Brown, Rita Mae Child, Lee Childs, Laura Cleeves, Ann Connelly, Michael Cornwell, Bernard Cussler, Clive Deveraux, Jude Ellison, J.T. Eskens, Allen Evanovich, Janet Feehan, Christine Fluke, Joanne Galbraith, Robert Grisham, John Harkness, Deborah E Harris, Charlaine Hilderbrand, Elin Hosseini, Khaled Kellerman, Faye Kenyon, Sherrilyn... Continue Reading →

Great Beginnings

Your little one is ready to read solo, but which books do you choose? While it’s important to select something that appeals, it is equally valuable to choose reading materials that help your child build confidence. The following titles are some suggestions to help your child start that journey to independent reading. Hug by Jez... Continue Reading →

To Keto or Not to Keto

There is an old joke that there are as many diets as there are diet doctors, which actually seems true if you look at any non-fiction bestseller list or check out one of the TV doctor programs.  Oddly enough, some weight loss theories keep resurfacing time after time; each time with their devotees and their... Continue Reading →

Interview with Ann Y.K. Choi

Originally from South Korea, Ann Y.K. Choi immigrated to Canada in 1975. She is a graduate of the Humber School for Writers and the Creative Writing Certificate Program at the University of Toronto. Most recently, she completed an MFA in Creative Writing at National University in San Diego, California. Her debut novel, Kay’s Lucky Coin... Continue Reading →

Calypso by David Sedaris

  Whenever I am in a reading funk, one thing that often helps me get back in the groove is short stories, since they don’t require me to memorize so many details. When I saw David Sedaris’ new book Calypso in the library, I knew this would be the book to get me back on... Continue Reading →

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