Author Spotlight: Kristyn Kusek Lewis – Sahar’s Blog

While the kind of drama found in reality shows can be appealing, it leaves me dissatisfied, much like junk food does. And so when books like author Kristyn Kusek Lewis’ Save Me come across my desk, I take the time to savour every page. In this case, I particularly liked the study in the subtlety … Continue reading Author Spotlight: Kristyn Kusek Lewis →

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Book Review: ‘Emmy Nation, Undercover Suffragette’, by L. Davis Munro – Sahar’s Blog

About the author: L. Davis Munro holds a master’s degree with a focus on women’s suffrage theatre and works in theatre and dance. She currently lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with her husband and her dog.. About the book: Being an independent woman in 1913 London is certainly empowering, but Emmy Nation is tired of … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Emmy Nation, Undercover Suffragette’, by L. Davis Munro →

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Book Review: ‘Imaginary Things’ by Andrea Lochen – Sahar’s Blog

Remember that one thing that fascinated you when you were a child? Dinosaurs, fairies, angels, princesses? How awesome would it be to seen something like that? Twenty-two year old single mother Anna Jennings didn’t have a fascination with dinosaurs, but her four year-old son David does. But his powerful imagination envelops his mother in a … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Imaginary Things’ by Andrea Lochen →

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