Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Huffington Post is an American online blog which covers a wide variety of subjects ranging from politics, social issues, women’s issues, the arts and entertainment to name a few. The site has garnered much respect since its inception in … Continue reading

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The Green Grass of May by Catherine Gillier

May has given the area green grass and swelling buds. Some of the bulbs are flowering and perennials have made their way to the surface. The water is freed from the bonds of ice. At the library, the books on … Continue reading

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Ruth Rendell, by Sue Culhane

The recent death of British crime writer Ruth Rendell is a cause of sorrow among her many ardent fans. Ms. Rendell wore a coat of many colours. She started her career as a reporter and the story is that she … Continue reading

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The Complexity and Simplicity of May by Catherine Gillier

It is the month of May and perhaps spring will stay and start to push bulbs up from the ground. At the library, new books have made their way to the shelves, and they wait to spend some of the … Continue reading

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Jane Urquhart, by Sue Culhane

Canada is home to many renowned authors who have made their name in the world of books and secured a place in the literary history of this country. Their writing often reflects their Canadian heritage and also that of their … Continue reading

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