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Tag Archives: Canadian historical fiction
Hey there, Buccaneers! Why don’t ye get yerself settled in like and have an earfull of our Historical Fiction Pick podcast? You can plunder and pillage our thoughts . . . um, or something. Henry Morgan: Admirable Swashbuckler or Glorified … Continue reading
We hope you enjoyed our Kids’ Pick as much as we did. Have a listen to what we had to say and let us know what you thought. Be warned, though: Just because the podcast is about a kid’s book … Continue reading
Hot on the heels of gaining a bunch of new listeners, Tania and Kirt tread in tricky territory in this one. The Orenda is probably one of the “biggest” books we’ve tackled. Do we bring anything new to the table? … Continue reading
This is very cool. Mark also composed and performed the music for the trailer. If I (Kirt) ever finish writing a novel, and manage to get it published, I want to do something like this to promote it. And now … Continue reading
The adult speculative fiction vs. young adult speculative fiction cage match is finally here! Who came out on top? Privacy and secrets: good or bad? At what point does security become oppression? There’s lots of good stuff in this one, … Continue reading