Book Review: Tilly (+ that one time I e-mailed an authour)

Tilly: A Story of Hope and Resistance is the first novel of Indigenous authour Monique Gray-Smith and it's something everyone should read! Keep reading for a detailed review. I ultimately cannot review Tilly without discussing my own personal connection to it and the issues it combats. Therefore this is going to be a review of the … Continue reading Book Review: Tilly (+ that one time I e-mailed an authour)

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Media Review: #IndianLovePoems

In this post, I write a review of Tenille K. Campbell's collection of poetry titled #IndianLovePoems read on to find out what I thought of this book! Before I talk about the book itself, I want to talk about the authour. (IMG SOURCE) Tenille Campbell is an example of an awesome human being and someone that … Continue reading Media Review: #IndianLovePoems

Review: The Foundation of Our Nation and Other Big Fat Lies

"Canada, It's Complicated" is a comedy by Mary Walsh that talks about the difference between what is presented as Canadian history and what actually happened. My thoughts and a link to the youtube video after the break (All images are from their own gallery) I first heard about this production after listening to a recent episode … Continue reading Review: The Foundation of Our Nation and Other Big Fat Lies