Author Archives: irenesroth

About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.

Writers and Lovers by Lily King (1)

What a unique book this is!!!!  If you want to read a book on your swing or hammock and don’t know which book to read, here is a book that you may want to try. Despite the fact that they … Continue reading

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The 14th Canadian Book Review Challenge Starts again July 1st, 2020 – June 30, 2021

Well, here we are at yet another new year for the Canadian Book Review Challenge!  I’m SO excited to be part of this challenge!!! I want to set some goals for this year below. Every month, I would like to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Arcadia’s Children 3

Arcadia’s Children 3: Pushley’s Escape By Andrew R. Williams This is a sci-fi mystery thriller that is a sequel to Arcadia’s Children 2: The Fyfield Plantation. The story is as complex but even more jaw dropping than the first two … Continue reading

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Nobody Cares by Anne T. Donohue (150)

I saw this book on my new book shelf recently, and again, the cover made me pick it up. I am trying to embroider and this cover is just amazing. I include it here for you to see what I … Continue reading

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All Beauty is Now by Sarah Faker (149)

Well, here I am taking a reviewer’s vacation to Cape Breton. By reading this book, I am fulfilling by Canadian Book Review Challenge. It is also on the East Coast.  So, I am just going to keep reading from east … Continue reading

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The Orenda by Joseph Boyden (148)

This is a very well written story which is written by a Scotiabank Giller Prize winner of Through Black Spruce.  This is another masterpiece–a defining epic story of first contact between radically different worlds, stepped in the natural beauty and … Continue reading

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The 4 Season Solution by Dallas Hartwig (147)

This book is a groundbreaking new plan for feeing better, living well, and powering down our always-on lives.  This is a book that is much needed in our culture of quick and sassy. Our diets are also terrible.  We eat … Continue reading

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The Summer Tree by Guy Gavriel Kay (146)

This is an interesting fantasy that is very different from anything that I have read in the past.  This made it a great swing read. The story transported me to the University of Toronto campus. I loved the campus when … Continue reading

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Birds, Art, Life by Kyo Maclear (145)

In this book, celebrated writer Kyo Maclear embarks on a yearlong, big city adventure chasing after birds, and along the way offers a luminous meditation on the nature of creativity and the quest for a good and meaningful life. During … Continue reading

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Surfer Dog by Eric Walters (144)

This is another wonderful book by Eric Walters.  I so enjoyed reading his stories over the last while. It can make this pandemic seem so much brighter. This story is about the true meaning of friendship. This is a topic … Continue reading

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