Author: Cate Cameron

Book Review: Playing Defense (Corrigan Falls Raiders #2)

Book Review: Playing Defense (Corrigan Falls Raiders #2)

My favourite part about this book is that it’s super Canadian. It makes me realize just how many books takes place in the US. It’s really nice to be able to relate to a book like this. Which is why we don’t only need diverse characters but diverse settings as well. I found it really helped me to get into this story, especially since it revolved around hockey. It’s not something I would have thought to pick up but I loved it when I did. I love the idea of the team in this book. These guys really have each […]

Posted December 8, 2016 / Leave a comment

On the Third Day of Indiemas 2016

Indiemas is a celebration of indie books that was started by the author S. Usher Evans. Who doesn’t love a good indie book? For the next twelve days I’ll be recommending an indie book (a book with under 3000 reviews) daily and giving away six of them on my twitter. Keep your eyes open for some great recs! On the third day of Indiemas my blogger gave to me: You can enter my Twitter giveaway here!

Posted December 3, 2016 / Leave a comment

Book Review: Center Ice (Corrigan Falls Raiders #1)

Book Review: Center Ice (Corrigan Falls Raiders #1)

This book was exactly what I needed for a quick light read. It was adorable in every way. I especially loved how Canadian this book was! I don’t often read sports books. When I do it’s usually about a guy on a football team. That must be a really American thing right? Because in Canada it’s usually all about hockey. That’s partially why I loved this book! Our star athlete was a hockey player which I found way more fun! That could be because I don’t know much about football hehe. This was a shorter book but I still found […]

Posted October 7, 2016 / Leave a comment

Arrival Day: Welcome to Canada!

Arrival Day: Welcome to Canada!

Hello lovelies and welcome to our first stop on our travels across the world! This is the beginning of a 3 month journey visiting all kinds of new places that we’ve (mostly) only seen in books. Maybe one day we’ll see all these places in person but for now this is the next best thing. Am I right? We decided to start somewhere easy. So many books take place in the US and that’s fine but we’re trying to move away from that a bit since it can get to be a little repetitive. We want to ease you into our […]

Posted October 2, 2016 / Leave a comment