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Just Words Volume 2

4.67  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Paperback, 172 pages
Published by Alanna Rusnak Publishing
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Mitchell Toews
Oct 13, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
ELATED is a good word to describe how I, a guy who likes regular meals and irregular plotlines, feel about having one of my stories in this not-too-shabby collection. Some fellow elators, favs of mine, beginning with the cuddly, Canadian not-so-cold-opener, "Starting Out", by Susan Siddeley: "Necessity" by Lori Twining, "Bride" by Trisha Causley, "Had I Known" by Ilham Alam, "Learning Languages" by the not-at-all-word blind Beverley Hopwood, "Remember How..." by Gail M. Murray, "Interior Person" ...more
Tsara Shelton
Oct 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Wow, Just Words did it again! This collection of Canadian stories, ideas, and poems offers more than entertainment and memories shared. It invites you to feel and become part of the diversity and culture that is the Canadian family.

I read Just Words, Volume 1 in a hurry. Gobbling up stories and poetry with an almost insatiable appetite. It was wonderful. This year I read Just Words, Volume 2 slowly, over time. I am busier this year than I was last, and this book has been a gift I cannot describ
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Shelves: anthology, canlit
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Alanna lives on a small patch of untamable land in southwestern Ontario, with her three children, husband, and their vintage van. Alanna has been saturated in classic Canadian fiction since she was a young child and has been passionate about words for nearly as long, stubbornly holding to the dream of someday spinning her own tales. Now, when evening falls, she tucks herself into her self-made stu ...more

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