I Read Canadian

 

Tomorrow, February 19, 2020 is the first I Read Canadian Day.  Every time we choose to read a Canadian published book we know there was a MADE IN CANADA team of editors, graphic designers, layout artists, publicists, printers, warehouse staff, delivery drivers and book sellers behind it.  The Canadian book industry pumps money into the Canadian economy which creates jobs and pays taxes.

So on February 19, show your love for Canada and Canadian books by choosing a Canadian-authored title. Fiction, non-fiction, children’s, young adult, biography, memoir, new, classic, it doesn’t matter which. Check out some books by Canadian authors you have not yet read or read another book by one of your favourites.

And send me a note to tell me what you’re reading! 🙂

One of my favourite Canadian authors, Brian Mulligan, with his book, Drinkin’ Thinkin’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drinkin’ Thinkin’

2 thoughts on “I Read Canadian

  1. Darlene Foster

    I just read Good Mother’s Don’t by Nova Scotia writer Laura Best and The Jigsaw Puzzle King by west coast writer Gina McMurchy-Barber. Both great reads. I am in the middle of Valentine by Vancouver Island writer Jacquie Beggar. Go Canada Writers Go!!

    1. Shelley Hrdlitschka Post author

      Great suggestions! Thank you Darlene! (And yes, The Jigsaw Puzzle King is a lovely book by a terrific author!)

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