Dickensian fantasy

“The historical fantasy, ‘Ordinary Monsters,’ due out in June is inspired by Victorian England & written by J.M. Miro, a pseudonym for a lauded BC author who lives in the Pacific North West.FULL STORY

 

 

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Brainy ideas

The cover image of The Tenth Nerve: A Brain Surgeon’s Stories of the Patients Who Changed Him (Penguin Random House $32.95)… FULL STORY

Extreme bush pilot

Review by Graham Chandler “I had arrived in Canada a broken young man from an old, conservative and academic family,… FULL STORY

Lily Chow gets OC honour

Award-winning author, historian and multicultural champion, Lily Chow (at right, photo Steve Chow) was appointed as a member of the… FULL STORY

Vicki Jensen, FRCGS

Maritime historian and Vancouver author Vickie Jensen, who recently authored Deep, Dark and Dangerous: The Story of British Columbia’s World-Class… FULL STORY

Frances Peck Q&A

BCBookLook: When did you decide to write your first novel, The Broken Places (Newest $24.95) and how long did it… FULL STORY

Mona Fertig retiring

After thirteen years and 52 books, Mona Fertig, founder of Mother Tongue Publishing (MTP) has announced she will retire at… FULL STORY

D&M author wins GG

Douglas & McIntyre author, Norma Dunning has won the 2021 General Governor’s Award for Fiction for Tainna: The Unseen Ones… FULL STORY

Tibetan animals

B.C. author, Michael Buckley’s The Snow Leopard’s New Friend: Eco-Tales from Tibet (Sumeru US$34.95) for children aged 8 years and older,… FULL STORY

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