Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

During Sunday weekly brunch with my parents, my dad told me about a book he had read.  Since we have the same reading tastes, I wanted to hear more about Seven Fallen Feathers:  Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in a Northern City by Tanya Talaga.  What can I say other than I’m knee-deep in this …

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I’ve been knee-deep in non-fiction for the past couple of months.  The other day I downloaded some fiction…finally.  How I’ve missed reading fiction–especially historical fiction.  I did a previous post about Sue Harrison‘s Ivory Carver Trilogy.  I’m finally starting her Storyteller Trilogy. Here are the blurbs for each story: Song of the River:  Eighty centuries …

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I’m starting another trilogy, this one by Sue Harrison.  She has two trilogies available, one being the Ivory Carver and the other The Storyteller.  I’m knee deep in Mother Earth, Father Sky, the first book in the Ivory Carver trilogy. So far this is an amazing read.  Ms. Harrison breathes life into all of her …

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