Monthly Archives: November 2013

October book review – The God of Small Things

As regular readers will know, I have had some ups and downs in the book picking sphere. Although I have advised you on how to pick a good book, you may also have read my post on the first ever … Continue reading

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Book review – Deadline by Stephen Maher

As a political reporter I get more than enough federal politics at work and from the nightly news, so my first choice when it comes to sitting back, kicking up my feet and getting into a good book is usually … Continue reading

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From the classroom to the living room

I’m the newest member of the “Unputdownable” Book Club, and I think that I was accepted partially because I have a degree in English Literature. I studied English lit at Carleton University for what seemed like a hundred years. I … Continue reading

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Book of the month – Blindness by José Saramago

I use Grammarly’s free plagiarism checker because “The robb’d that smiles, steals something from the thief; He robs himself that spends a bootless grief.” ― William Shakespeare, Othello When I got up this morning, I almost wore my full-length Canada Goose jacket. Christmas lights have … Continue reading

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