Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

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Heads Up! If you enjoy First Nations literary and non-fiction, I highly recommend the works by Richard Wagamese.  My dad introduced me to this author a couple of years ago when he gave me Richard’s For Joshua:  A Native Father Teaches his Son for Christmas–a novel about what occurred to…

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I previously did a post about memoirs/autobiographies written by the ladies with the band.  For this post, I’m going to recommend awesome books about the rockers in the band, whether memoirs, autobiographies, or biographies. I got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell! Read on to find out…

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I enjoy memoirs/autobiographies/biographies about the First People of Canada, so I thought I’d share a few that stayed with me long after I finished the book. Everyone’s journey is a story. I’ll start with Indian School Days by Basil Johnston.  The reason his story interested me so much (besides being…

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It’s only Rock ‘n’ Roll Being a die-hard music fan, I enjoy memoirs and autobiographies by groupies and WAGS (wives and girlfriends)–the lovely ladies who inspired many of the songs we love.  What about those who work in the music industry or became part of the band’s inner-circle?  They’re included,…

Today, there won’t be a Wednesday edition for my blog, because I’m guest blogging at Alternative-Read for Sassy Brit’s What’s on Your Desk Wednesday. Alternative-Read.com Welcome to our WHAT’S ON YOUR DESK, WEDNESDAY? Our Weekly Spotlight Feature! Let’s take a look at where stories are created, from the desk of… Maggie Blackbird My Writing Routine …

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