Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

Today, I’m reviewing Initiation Genesis and Tabeka’s Revenge, books seven and eight in the Crimson Realm Chronicles by fellow eXasty Books authors Gabriella Bradley and Taryn Jameson.

I did a previous post about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women of Canada, recommending books I read, along with providing the web site link where further information can be obtained. Since that post, I located more books on the MMIW that I haven’t had a chance to read, but plan on adding to my …

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In Part One and Part Two, the books I listed were completed by scholars and historians.  For this post, I’m concentrating on those of an autobiographical/biographical/memoir nature.  These are wonderful account from those who lived long ago, or are about those who lived long ago.

When I’m reading, I flip between fiction and non-fiction.  Fiction is what I take to bed before going to sleep.  While on my lunch hour, I prefer to delve into non-fiction.  The MMIW (missing and murdered Indigenous women) is a great problem in Canada.  To find out more, I encourage you to visit this web …

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