I’m not so great at posting my on-air book reviews, which is why this segment is ‘part two’ of something you probably haven’t heard (sorry). Once a month I mosey on over to the CBC studios here in Calgary to record a few book reviews, and this past Tuesday I spoke about two lovely little beach reads/guilty pleasures/palate cleansers (I explain what I mean by that on the recording!). You can listen to the segment here.
Side note; I was showing off my baby to everyone as I arrived in studio, and my baby pooped on Jenny the traffic reporter right before I went on-air. Working mom problems, ya know? Anyway, I reviewed The Good Pilot Peter Woodhouse by Alexander McCall Smith, and From the Corner of the Oval by Beck Dorey-Stein. Surprisingly, I’ve had a bunch of people contact me this week asking me to confirm the titles of the books I recommended. So, there you go-proof that reviews DO sell books! Huzzah-all book bloggers can rejoice with me in this small demonstration of our importance.
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