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Civil Disobedience

I am two weeks away from my final exams and the end of this little hiatus but Canada Post seems to have other plans for those of you who may want to submit a book for review in the next couple of months. I only have one book left to review (and one to finish writing) as of now and while submissions have still been accepted during my hiatus, y’all are going to have to wait a long time until your books make it here…

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That is because Canada Post has been doing rotating strikes in different cities around the country since October 22nd and despite the government forcing them back to work, many have continued to strike. Irrespective of this, parcel backlogs are expected to last up until March of 2019 so I won’t be reading and reviewing for a while.

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New Project Announcement: After Anderson

I am still alive and well! I’ve only had to take a break because of the tornado cleanup and my schoolwork. My exams are coming up in less than three weeks so I’ve been as busy as I could possibly be but that doesn’t mean that I’ve forgotten that November is National Novel Writing Month, better known as NaNoWriMo!
I’ve indeed been writing away and I’m almost at the 70 000 word mark of my 100 000 word goal for my newest project, After Anderson that I plan on releasing in April of 2019. And no, I haven’t written all of that in the first two weeks of NaNoWriMo! I’ve been working on this for a long time and it’s been on the homepage of this website for a while too, but the project had stalled and NaNoWriMo is just what I needed to revive it.
Until next time, wish me luck with my studies and I look forward to being back in 2019 with a hard-hitting brand new book about… well, you’ll have to wait for my next announcement for that!
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