Tag Archives: The Girls Who Saw Everything

Write Reads #23 Half World by Hiromi Goto

Tania and Kirt wrap up the year with some taking stock, looking back, and fondly remembering. We also end 2015 with a fantastic, and fantastical, novel. Half World generated a lot of topics for us to cover. We talk about … Continue reading

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CanLit is Serious Business? Part Duh

Tania asked for my thoughts on this little controversy. My immediate response was a joke. You can find it in the comments section of her post. I thought it was a funny and fitting way to answer her, but I’ve … Continue reading

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Write Reads #20 The Girls Who Saw Everything by Sean Dixon

20 podcasts! Can you believe that!? Well, it’s true. After a bit of a delay we finally got to talk about this book. We really, really liked it (it would have been terrible if we hadn’t after all of that … Continue reading

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Even More Reading Time and an Alternate Title That May Help You

                  Our podcast for The Girls Who Saw Everything has been delayed again. It will now be released (Gods willing) on Wednesday, September 17th. And, if you’ve been having trouble finding the … Continue reading

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Write Reads #19 King Leary by Paul Quarrington with Guest Host, Rick from Another Book Blog @BlogAnotherBook

The Smidgling and Kirt welcome yet another guest host to the podcast, Rick from Another Book Blog, to discuss King Leary. What do we talk about? What don’t we talk about? The dearth of male book bloggers. Hockey. Humour. Canadian … Continue reading

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