Tag Archives: Gail Anderson-Dargatz

78. The Spawning Grounds (Gail Anderson-Dargatz

The Spawning Grounds has been on my TBR list since meeting Gail Anderson-Dargatz in Grimsby last October.  I am not sure why I waited so long to read it and will always regret that I did not purchase a copy … Continue reading

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Novel Questions: Gail Anderson-Dargatz

  I had the privilege of meeting Gail Anderson-Dargatz at the Grimsby Author Series in September.  Gail is an author, a supporter of literacy and also provides mentoring and support to other writers.  I have enjoyed the rich fiction of … Continue reading

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Gail Anderson-Dargatz: Grimsby Author Series

I have been looking forward to meeting Gail Anderson-Dargatz after reading Turtle Valley and A Recipe for Bees.  Her first book The Cure for Death by Lightning is in my growing to be read pile and is on the CBC list … Continue reading

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75. Turtle Valley (Gail Anderson-Dargatz)

Gail Anderson-Dargatz is a Canadian author presenting at the fantastic Grimsby Author Series this fall.  Prior to this event which will be promoting her latest book The Spawning Grounds, I am reading previous novels.  I have already enjoyed the A Recipe for Bees which … Continue reading


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1. A Recipe for Bees (Gail Anderson-Dargatz)

My first book read (or at least finished) in 2016 was A Recipe for Bees.  This story shared the experience of Augusta, an elderly woman, waiting to hear the results of her son-in-law’s surgery while she reflects on past and present relationships. … Continue reading

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