Category Archives: Author from Saskatchewan

Miss Confederation: The Diary of Mercy Anne Coles by Christopher Moore (42)

Canada’s journey to confederation kicked off with a bang–or rather, a circus, a  civil war, a small fortune’s worth of champagne, and a lot of making love–in the old-fashioned sense. This book offers a rare look back, through a woman’s … Continue reading

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Where I Live Now: A Journey through Love and Loss to Healing and Hope – By Sharon Butala (204)

This is a book that will capture the attention of anyone who is in the process of decluttering their lives. This is especially poignant if you have lost a spouse as Sharon Butala did. When Sharon Butala’s husband, Peter, died … Continue reading

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Cool Water by Dianne Warren (187)

You might imagine that not much happens in Juliet, Saskatchewan. It is a dusty oasis on the edge of the Little Snake sand hills. Its inhabitants are caught in the limbo between a century-old promise of prosperity and whatever lies … Continue reading

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Liberty Street by Dianne Warren (162)

Just as the previous book that I reviewed, I also became interested in this book because of the title. Wouldn’t it be great to live on Liberty Street….or even the notion of liberty would make a person feel free. Then … Continue reading

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