Brandon Reviews The Shushan Citadel

Brandon Reviews The Shushan Citadel

Brandon:  Glad I caught you out here on your porch, Mrs. P-V. Do you have a few minutes?  Mrs. P-V:  For you, Brandon, certainly. Brandon:  Our English class nominated you ‘Writer in Residence’. Mrs. P-V:  An honour … to be sure. Am I required to do anything? Brandon:  Nothing too demanding. You’ll be the resource […]

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Brandon:  Glad I caught you out here on your porch, Mrs. P-V. Do you have a few minutes?  Mrs. P-V:  For you, Brandon, certainly. Brandon:  Our English class nominated you ‘Writer in Residence’. Mrs. P-V:  An honour … to be sure. Am I required to do anything?...
December: Collecting My Thoughts

December: Collecting My Thoughts

I’ve finally finished writing, noting readers’ comments and editing R…., my latest manuscript. What’s it about? Sorry, I can’t tell you yet… maybe soon. I can say that it’s a work of literary fiction in two parts: I Book Tour (of Atlantic Provinces) and II R….. (arrival at a secluded and rather peculiar lodge in […]

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I’ve finally finished writing, noting readers’ comments and editing R…., my latest manuscript. What’s it about? Sorry, I can’t tell you yet… maybe soon. I can say that it’s a work of literary fiction in two parts: I Book Tour (of Atlantic Provinces) and II R….....
November: Month of Remembrance

November: Month of Remembrance

November is a Month of Remembrance. Remembrance Day, observed on November 11, recalls the formal end of World War I at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918.   Each year we mark this day by recognizing and thanking all Canadian veterans who have served our country ensuring peace. […]

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November is a Month of Remembrance. Remembrance Day, observed on November 11, recalls the formal end of World War I at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918.   Each year we mark this day by recognizing and thanking all Canadian veterans who have...
October Book of the Month: Enigma Club

October Book of the Month: Enigma Club

October, being Canadian Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month, seems a good time to present a review by Sharon Berg, poet, editor, web designer and founder at Big Pond Rumours: Enigma Club (Borealis Press) engenders a greater understanding of Autism because two of the characters in the book are on the Autism spectrum and Gloria Pearson-Vasey […]

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October, being Canadian Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month, seems a good time to present a review by Sharon Berg, poet, editor, web designer and founder at Big Pond Rumours: Enigma Club (Borealis Press) engenders a greater understanding of Autism because two of the...
July Book of the Month: The Dúns

July Book of the Month: The Dúns

On this first day of July, Canada 150 Day, here’s a book to kick off your summer reading or at least add to your reading list. The Dúns is situated in the not-so-distant future where three underground communities are newly venturing above ground to revive the earth and re-establish themselves. Add to this a delusional […]

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On this first day of July, Canada 150 Day, here’s a book to kick off your summer reading or at least add to your reading list. The Dúns is situated in the not-so-distant future where three underground communities are newly venturing above ground to revive the...