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Penticton book reviewer Heather Allen looks at British literary giant Ian McEwan's latest offering.
Penticton book reviewer Heather Allen looks at the life of Irish author Maeve Binchy.
Penticton book reviewer examines Richard Wagamese's latest, Indian Horse.
Penticton book reviewer Heather Allen gives her thoughts on Above All Things by Tanis Rideout.
Penticton resident Heather Allen is the books columnist for the Penticton Western News.
Book columnist Heather Allen from Penticton writes about an Okanagan publishing company.
Penticton resident and book reviewer Heather Allen takes a look at Jerusalem: Chronicles from the Holy City.
Two of B.C.'s best writers stopping in Penticton for B.C. Book Prizes tour.
Heather Allen, a Penticton writer and reader, reviews River House on a recent trip to Powell's Books in Portland.
Penticton columnist Heather Allen takes a look at a local poet, Neil Surkan
The Winter Palace is the latest book review by Penticton columnist Heather Allen.
Author of Sarah's Key, on New York Times bestsellers list, has a new work of fiction out.
Okanagan historian Doug Cox has chosen to publish his latest history as an e-book.
Ami McKay is certainly going to remember 2011. After all, it was the year this Nova Scotian author became a household name.
The tradition of ceasefires at Christmas is not new. In his new book, Adam Gopnik writes about the Christmas truce of 1914
One afternoon during my daughter’s violin lesson, I noticed a photography book left on the coffee table.
To become rich, entrepreneurs must be ruthless and tenacious — even if it means eating cat food to prove that you’re selling a good product.
The Scotiabank Giller Prize, handed out this week at a gala in Toronto, is considered Canada’s most prestigious literary prize.
For inspiration, writers often need a break from routine.
While typing up this review, my kids gathered around and wondered what I was doing. When I explained that I was writing about a famous Canadian author who takes real people and creates fictional life stories around them, my son was outraged. And he’s not alone. Many readers, especially Newfoundlanders, take exception to the way Wayne Johnston messes with the truth.