Suburbia Takes on Main Street at Book Warehouse Tuesday, June 12, 2018 with Vancouver-area authors Michelle Kim, Charlie Demers, and Sam Wiebe. Enjoy readings and conversations, and find out why these authors chose to write about life east of Boundary Road.
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Just in time for the holiday rush, a new history book has been released about my hometown, the City of Surrey! Add it to your wish list, shopping list, and even the list you send to the Santa in your life. It’s a history book but not the kind I would have found in my […]
Local authors, prizes, kittens! Kittens? Yes. Book Warehouse in Vancouver is just one of the many independent Canadian book stores coast-to-coast that is being celebrated during Authors for Indies Day on April 30th. Authors for Indies Independent bookstores from Victoria to Halifax are hosting more than 600 authors this year who will be signing books, […]
Recipes, local history, vibrant photography, and information about some of the best proprietors in the area all converge in the recently-released North Shore Foodie book by Brad Hill. These pages aim to add a story to your dinner and will convince you that “knowledge is flavour”. The North Shore Foodie Recipe Book is a showcase […]
If I was Miss Sheilds from the beloved holiday film A Christmas Story I would legitimately give Aaron Chapman’s new book Live at the Commodore an “A Plus-Plus-Plus-Plus…!” It arrived by courier last week and I immediately sat down to read it. I didn’t budge as the sun crossed through the sky and the hours […]
Book Week continues as I offer up another pictorial history of Vancouver, courtesy of Lani Russwurm and my friendly competition over at Vancover Is Awesome (“V.I.A.”). Lani runs the local history blog Past Tense Vancouver and contributes the Vancouver Was Awesome posts to V.I.A. — check out his 10 Intoxicating Events in Vancouver History on […]