Reviews

Review: The Wake: The Deadly Legacy of a Tsunami by Linden MacIntyre

Synopsis: On November 18, 1929, a tsunami struck Newfoundland’s Burin Peninsula. Giant waves, up to three storeys high, hit the coast at a hundred kilometres per hour, flooding dozens of communities and washing entire houses out to sea. The most destructive earthquake-related event in Newfoundland’s history, the disaster killed twenty-eight people and left hundreds more… Continue reading Review: The Wake: The Deadly Legacy of a Tsunami by Linden MacIntyre

Cafe Collection, Writing Pieces

Cafe Collection #3

Ahhhh Monday. The start of a new week. I honestly don't hate Monday (but that's probably only because it's summer right now, I'm sure once school starts I'll be back on the I-wish-I-could-stay-in-bed bus). It's also the last Monday before the start of school, so someone please take this down - August 27th, 2018 is… Continue reading Cafe Collection #3

Cafe Collection, Writing Pieces

Cafe Collection #2

While back in Newfoundland I've spent a lot of time study and expanded my (very limited) knowledge of cafes in St. John's. I normally just spend my time at Jumping Bean, seeing as there is a tragic shortage of non-chain cafes here. But I think I might have just discovered a new winner. Georgetown Cafe… Continue reading Cafe Collection #2