Empowering Feminist Book Quotes

Happy Wednesday, Savvy Readers!

Got those post-Valentine’s Day blues?  I have just the thing. Having been a long-time fan and enthusiast of feminist literature, I’ve gathered some of my favourite feminist book quotes for your #WednesdayWisdom!

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17 Dystopian Novels to Read Right Now

Dystopian novels, both classic and contemporary, are on the rise—as you might have heard. Readers are searching for stories that describe what’s currently happening and what has the possibility of happening due to… recent events. If you’re one of those curious readers—whether you’re snuggling up with one of these books as an escape or are hoping to draw some parallels to life as you know it—we have 17 recommendations for your To Read shelf!

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Bookmarks: July 29th

Boy has this been a busy week, Savvy Readers! This week on the site we shared our thoughts on Daniel Silva‘s The Black Widow (this week’s 50 Book Pledge Featured Read!), listed Top 10 Reasons to read Lucy Holliday‘s A Night In series, and recommended the Best Books to Read in Your Twenty-somthings. PLUS, we had the pleasure of meeting a very special guest. Keep reading to see who we’re talking about and to find out what happened in the book world this week!

1. Matt Haig, author of Reasons to Stay Alive and A Boy Called Christmas, is #HCCLive’s First Guest

HarperCollins Canada Facebook Live with Matt Haig A Boy Called Christmas

It was Christmas in July, aka my dream come true, this week! The HarperCollins Canada board room was transformed into a winter wonderland in honour of bestselling author Matt Haig‘s forthcoming book A Boy Called Christmas, which tells the charming origin story of Father Christmas. If you missed the festivities, don’t fret! The first installment of HCC Live aired on Facebook this week and you can watch the full clip here. Stay tuned for more HCC Live chats!

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