IveReadThis Jr. Edition: Jacqueline the Singing Crow by Mandi Kujawa and Claude St. Aubin
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IveReadThis Jr. Edition: Jacqueline the Singing Crow by Mandi Kujawa and Claude St. Aubin

Immediately I plopped myself down with my daughter to get a sense of how it would go over with a toddler. Continue reading

The Wildings by Nilanjana Roy Is Fantasy Like No Other: “Like Lord Of The Rings” But With Cats!
Anne Logan / Archives / Books / Contributors / Pt. 6 / Reviews

The Wildings by Nilanjana Roy Is Fantasy Like No Other: “Like Lord Of The Rings” But With Cats!

We may call our pets ridiculous things such as “Fluffy” but in this book they have regal names such as “Datura,” “Southpaw,” and “Aconite”. Clearly, we have been getting this naming thing all wrong as humans. Continue reading

Interview | Publishing In Canada • Anne Logan & 7 Years Of Loved Work
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Interview | Publishing In Canada • Anne Logan & 7 Years Of Loved Work

Beyond heart-wrenching books from one’s pile of must-love stories, books and cats (okay, dogs too…) are a reviewer’s solid company and reliable source of comfort. Working in any field for seven (7) years leaves one with various degrees of experience, let alone unforgettable moments that possibly shaped one’s worldview. Continue reading

Featured Series | Anne Logan: Books, Cats, & A Bit Of Wowza
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Featured Series | Anne Logan: Books, Cats, & A Bit Of Wowza

Reading any new post, book review, or update of her weekly radio appearance on CBC’s Homestretch is something that all of her readers, I assume, enjoy doing–speaking for myself. I know I do. When I started The Black Lion Journal, I hunted for genuinely friendly and kind people online that were willing to share and contribute their articles and reviews. Was I more than happy when my beady eyes landed on Anne Logan’s I’ve Read This website (what a title!) whose book reviews featured pictures of her cat? Yes. Yes I was. Continue reading