Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

I did a previous post about the novels–contemporary and historical–I’ve read, was reading, or planned on reading that starred Indigenous heroines.  Today, I’m blogging about more books I’ve discovered.  It doesn’t matter if the continent is North America, South America, Australia, or wherever else. As a matter of fact, after watching Mighty Cruise Ships by …

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Since I’ve been on an Indigenous heroines kick, Kobo recommended Grass Dance by Kathryn Imbriani for me in my “recommendations for you.”  I liked the premise, so I purchased the book.  So far, so good. Here is the blurb: After General George Armstrong Custer’s defeat at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in June of …

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