Monthly Archives: October 2012

Books in the Kitchen

When I tell people I am in a book club, they often ask what types of books we read. I am proud to say that we read a variety – biographies, historical fiction, and even a graphic novel. I enjoy … Continue reading

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September book review – Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter by Carmen Aguirre

As a CBC Radio One fanatic, I decided to choose the winner of the CBC Books’ 2012 Canada Reads as our September pick. Our book club regularly enjoys reading Canadian authors, and I wanted to delve into something a little … Continue reading

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Rally to Thought

We are plagued by an economics of productivity. The tangible, measurable outputs of your daily grind are what earn you that paycheque at the end of the week. They might consist of that car at the end of the production … Continue reading

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Book of the month – 419 by Will Ferguson

It’s October! Can someone please tell me where the summer went?! It’s actually my favourite month of the year – selfishly, because my birthday is the 27th, but also because all the leaves are turning, it’s Thanksgiving and Halloween, making … Continue reading

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Taking the leap – our first post!

Welcome everyone! I am thrilled to announce that The “Unputdownable” Book Club  is taking the leap… We finally have a blog! Words cannot express how incredibly exciting this is for me! More than two dozen members (and now authors) strong, … Continue reading

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