From the Library: return of the boring wife, an apocalyptic love story, and some feminist historical fiction

I just realized that I have a trio of books that represent present, past, and future. All three are new books from authors I have read and loved. A Boring Wife Settles the Score by Marie-Renee Lavoie (2021) Not long ago I read Lavoie's Autopsy of a Boring Wife in which Diane's husband leaves her … Continue reading From the Library: return of the boring wife, an apocalyptic love story, and some feminist historical fiction

In the Land of Birdfishes by Rebecca Silver Slayter

I first heard about this book from Chad Pelley on his blog, Salty Ink (which no longer exists). More recently, I saw it recommended by him again at Atlantic Books Today. This summer, I found it at a used book store in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia. It's been a little while now since I finished it. Before I got around to … Continue reading In the Land of Birdfishes by Rebecca Silver Slayter