Monthly Archives: July 2017

Cottage literary rambles

As followers of Fictionophile are aware, I spend the majority of my summer at our cottage on Cape John in beautiful Nova Scotia.  Here is a view out my cottage front living room window that I use as my computer … Continue reading

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“The Widow’s House” by Carol Goodman

I’ll admit first off that it was the stunning cover that first attracted me to this novel. Then, when I realized I had already read a book by this author that I really enjoyed (“The drowning tree“), the deal was … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s favorite titles of 2017 (so far…)

I am currently reading my 52nd book since January 1st, 2017.  Since the year is already half over, I thought I’d share my TOP TEN titles read so far this year.  The list is a mixture of thrillers, mysteries, historical … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal of Louise Jensen’s 3rd novel !

Louise Jensen is absolutely delighted to share the cover of her third novel ‘The Surrogate’. A novel beta readers are calling ‘her best one yet by far.’ It will be published on 27th September on all formats, but is available to preorder … Continue reading

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Canada’s 150th birthday!

As a proud Canadian book blogger I would be remiss to not take note of my country’s 150th birthday celebration. And because I always have to mention books… here is a list of 100 novels that make you proud to … Continue reading

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