Tag: Aaron Cully Drake
Seriously… just read it.
In case you aren’t aware, Aaron Cully Drake’s debut novel Do You Think This Is Strange? is awesome. I’m not the only one who thinks so. Last week it was short listed for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award and today it was long listed for one of Canada’s oldest literary awards, the Stephen Leacock Award for…
I told you this book was good…
A ridiculously massive congratulations goes out to Aaron Cully Drake today, because his novel, Do You Think This Is Strange?, has been shortlisted for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award. This is a big deal, people! Huge. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again—y’all should read this book. I’ll make it easy: Here it is. Here’s the announcement. Click…
I think I might start sharing quotes I like from books I love. So I’m going to try it out with one from Do You Think This Is Strange? by Aaron Cully Drake. It’s autism … It’s not Voldemort.
Reblog – Do You Think This Is Strange? by Aaron Cully Drake
This review is too good not to share. Find the original on Goodreads. Do You Think This Is Strange? by Aaron Cully Drake This is absolutely the best book I’ve read this year. Every now and again there is a novel that can change the way you view the world. For me, the first book that did…
Games with All Lit Up – Boxing
Turns out I’m not great with schedules—even those I set for myself. So here’s my Thursday post on Saturday. Boxing has traditions that go back as far as ancient Rome and Greece but it wasn’t until the 1700s that rules were first introduced (eeeekkk!). These rules ushered in the modern era of boxing, with protective…
Proud of these!
Every day I’m thankful to be working in the publishing industry, especially with these great companies and the amazing people that helped bring these books into the world. Here we have it: our spring line up from Brindle & Glass Publishing and TouchWood Editions.
Do You Think This Is Strange? by Aaron Cully Drake
Originally posted on Consumed by Ink: In order for me to tell you I have nothing to say, I have to say it, which means I have something to say. Quite simply, I loved this book. Do You Think This Is Strange? is being compared to The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night…