Recreating Hercule Poirot (and other inaccurate verbs): A Guest Post by Sophie Hannah

We’re happy to welcome Sophie Hannah, author of the upcoming Hercule Poirot novel, The Monogram Murders, to The Savvy Reader. Here, Sophie shares what it was like to ‘recreate’ Poirot. Since it was announced last September that I would be writing a new Hercule Poirot novel, I have read many accounts of what I intend […]

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Wild Awake Week: Reading a Book Set Where I Live

Today we have a guest post from Lindsay at Me on Books. Lindsay reflects on what it’s like to read a book set in your own backyard. In this case, Vancouver B.C. Reading a Book Set Where I Live Books take us to a number of different places. Bright and busy cities filled with so […]

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Starcrossed Week at Emilie's Book World

This week Emilie at Emilie’s Book World is celebrating Josephine Angelini’s Starcrossed trilogy. Follow along with Starcrossed Week on her blog here. Below, Emilie will tell you why she loves this trilogy, and why you should read it too! Every so often you will pick this book for whatever reason. It could be that it […]

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Bad Sentences: A Guest Post by Shaena Lambert

Shaena Lambert is a novelist, short story writer and teacher. Her fiction has been nominated for The Rogers Writers’ Trust Award, The Ethel Wilson Prize and been published to critical acclaim in Canada, the UK, Germany and Australia. Her upcoming collection of short stories, Oh, My Darling, will be available in September 2013. Of Oh, […]

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