Remade Classics are Must Reads!!Military spouse pens book for military children to celebrate their role in parent’s recoveryNew book focus on gardening for VeteransFirst female infantry officer opens up about her experience in new memoirAnd Then There Were None – by Agatha Christie

Remade Classics are Must Reads!!

Is it just me or have there been a lot of remakes in the book world recently. Everywhere I look, I seem to come across a new version of a classic. From Sherlock homes to Jane Austen, and even Shakespeare, there are all sorts of old stories made new, and some of them are very...
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New book focus on gardening for Veterans

Peter Prakke was nine years old when Allied soldiers helped to liberate his small Dutch town, along with the rest of the Netherlands, during the Second World War. Prakke’s interaction with these soldiers was something he never forgot. Prakke, a horticulturist, has given back to the men in and women in uniform in multiple ways over...
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First female infantry officer opens up about her experience in new memoir

It’s been 25 years since the infamous picture of Capt. Sandra Perron tied to a tree, in the snow, as part of a brutal training exercise, splashed front pages across Canada, and internationally. Now, Perron is opening up about her experiences in the military and the challenges she faced as the first female infantry officer of...
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And Then There Were None – by Agatha Christie

Did you know that there is now a miniseries based on And Then There Were None? I didn’t! How could I have entirely missed that this story was made into a miniseries? I am both excited and surprised. I am a huge mystery fan, and I love Agatha Christie, so this must be remedied. Accordingly,...
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