Tagged with Fall

Recap: Word on the Street Toronto 2013

Recap: Word on the Street Toronto 2013

What started out as a crisp fall day on Sunday, quickly turned very cold and very dreary. But not even cold and drear could stop this bookworm, along with hundreds of others, from having a marvelous time at Word on the Street in Toronto. This was my second year, so I was more focused and organized … Continue reading

What’s What? Weekly

What’s What? Weekly

A Round-Up Of Fun Tid-Bits and Bookish News What’s What? Weekly is back! And just in time for back-to-school. Here are some things I’ve come across this week. May they make your long weekend a little more fun and a little more bookish. The Divergent trailer has been released! What do you think? Is it … Continue reading

Recap: Frenzy Presents… The Future of YA

Recap: Frenzy Presents… The Future of YA

Ok, so I have been blogging for about a year and a half now and throughout that time the green-eyed monster has reared its ugly head on several occasions when I would log onto Twitter or visit a favourite blog and see all the fun happenings at publisher previews. Well last Thursday I finally got … Continue reading

Word on the Street T.O. 2012 Recap

The setting: a sunny, though slightly cold, day in Queen’s Park, Toronto. The characters: hundreds of literary-minded people The conflict: Is it, or is it not, going to rain? I have a confession. Before last weekend, I had never been to Word on the Street. GASP! I know! But after yesterday, I will definitely be … Continue reading

Eden Mills Writers’ Festival Recap

It’s starting to look and feel like fall out there, and with the changing of the leaves comes a slew of literary festivals and events. This past Sunday I attended the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, located in the picturesque village of Eden Mills just outside Guelph, ON. You couldn’t have asked for a better day … Continue reading

Top Ten Tuesday: Fall TBR List

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is books that I plan to read this fall. Looking back at my Summer TBR list I apparently didn’t do so well—I read four of the ten books listed. What can I say, I got distracted (by other … Continue reading