Exploring the darker sides of American History in ‘After the Bloom’ by Leslie Shimotakahara

Exploring the darker sides of American History in ‘After the Bloom’ by Leslie Shimotakahara

Title: After the Bloom Author: Leslie Shimotakahara Genre: Historical Fiction Publisher: Dundurn Press Release Date: 09 May 2017 Length: 324 pages Source: eARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Available in Paperback   Japanese internment camps aren't something that gets brought up often (if ever) when we look back on American history. If [...]

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#MondayBlogs: On being a better literary citizen

#MondayBlogs: On being a better literary citizen

The search for my place in the writing community feels never-ending. But as I soaked in the tub, forcing myself to do something other than work (or think about how I should be working but can't), it dawned on me: I've been a part of this community for a long time. I've just been choosing [...]

ARC Review: My Last Continent by Midge Raymond

Author: Midge Raymon Source: eARC via NetGalley Publisher: Random House Publication Date: 21 June 2016 Rating: 4/5 Stars Summary: It is only at the end of the world—among the glacial mountains, cleaving icebergs, and frigid waters of Antarctica—where Deb Gardner and Keller Sullivan feel at home. For the few blissful weeks they spend each year studying the habits of [...]