Hi. I’m a freelance creative director, digital UX writer, and content strategist who lives in Toronto. These are my musings. I usually review books. Sometimes I write about the things that make me go hmmm.
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I feel like this novel is more of an outline or checklist rather than a fully fleshed-out story. Where Evaristo spends time focusing on character development and capturing the essence of a moment, the writing is magical and moving. That … Continue reading
I think rereading “The Handmaid’s Tale” made me dislike this novel even more. It’s unbelievable that this won a “joint” Booker prize, and shows how the publishing machine and Atwood’s rank must have so much clout. I would have tossed … Continue reading
I couldn’t stand this book but forced myself through to the end, hoping it would redeem itself. It didn’t. How this ever won a Booker prize is beyond me. Was it just time to give it to a Canadian? Gwenamon … Continue reading