Tonight we’re having a Customer Appreciation event between 6-8pm. As our thanks to you, we’re offering 20% off everything in the store, plus draw for additional discount and draw for two $100 gift certificates. Please join us for some Christmas cheer!
- A Memory of Light (Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson)
- Speaking From Among the Bones (Alan Bradley)
- Tenth of December: Stories (George Saunders)
- 419 (Will Ferguson)
- Flight Behaviour (Barbara Kingsolver)
- February (Lisa Moore)
- American Gods (Neil Gaiman)
- The Child's Child (Barbara Vine)
- The One I Left Behind (Jennifer McMahon)
- In One Person (John Irving)
Offsite Book Reviews
- Interview: Marly Youmans, Author of 'Glimmerglass: A Novel', Poet and Teacher, Part 2 of 2
- Interview: Marly Youmans, Author of 'Glimmerglass: A Novel,' Poet and Writing Instructor, Part 1 of 2
- Book Review: 'Cookie's Case,' A Tug Wyler Mystery by Andy Siegel
- Book Review: 'The Almost Nearly Perfect People: Behind The Myth of The Scandinavian Utopia' by Michael Booth
- Modern PHP: New Features and Good Practices
- Book Review: Data and Goliath
- Lauren Ipsum: A Story About Computer Science and Other Improbable Things
- Book Review: Core HTML5 2D Game Programming
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- Writers' Trust Awards to be handed out tonight in Toronto
- J.K. Rowling releases new Harry Potter short for Halloween
- Astronaut Chris Hadfield launches space photo book
- J.K. Rowling promises Halloween treat for Harry Potter fans
Welcome to Sackville’s 23rd annual midnight madness! Drop by for our amazing sale- 20% off everything in the store! Sale runs from 9am to midnight.
Lucy Waverman – Book Signing |Séance de dédicace
Join us for a book signing with best-selling food writer Lucy Waverman TODAY, Nov 9th between 1 pm and 4 pm, at the Wine Expo liquor store (Moncton Coliseum). No ticket purchase necessary. Tidewater Books will have books for sale.
Séance de dédicace avec l’auteure primée et la chroniqueuse culinaire Lucy Waverman AUJOURD’HUI, de 13 h à 16 h, au magasin Alcool NB au Colisée de Moncton. L’entrée est libre et des livres seront en vente sur place.
Join a quartet of some of the most acclaimed authors of the season as they travel the Maritimes, taking to the stage in Moncton at The Navigator’s Pub!Our fearless foursome are:Ian Colford (The Crimes of Hector Tomas)
“One of the Fall’s biggest books.” — Quill & QuireChris Gudgeon (Song of Kosovo)
“A sly, frequently amusing and penetrating distillation of estrangement and social chaos set during the Balkan wars of the late 1990s . . . This is not an attempt to reproduce the tragedy of war with documentary zeal; rather it is a literary journey emboldened by wit and artifice, a perfectly executed literary conceit.” — BC BookworldCorey Redekop (Husk)
“Editor’s Choice” – Amazon.ca
and Barry Webster (The Lava in My Bones)
Hosted by author Lee Thompson.
This is sure to be an amazing night of war criminals, rock eaters, terrorists, and zombies! Don’t miss out!
This is a free event. Books from all authors will be available for purchase.
Presented in cooperation with the Frye Festival!
Our thanks to Arsenal Pulp Press, Goose Lane Editions, ECW Press, and Freehand Books
President’s Speakers Series – Angela Davis
Year of Public Service and Citizenship
The Meaning of Freedom
September 27, 2012. 7:00 pm
Human rights activist Angela Davis is internationally known for her ongoing work to combat all forms of oppression in the U.S. and abroad. She is the author of eight books and has lectured worldwide. Her recent work has focused on the range of social problems associated with incarceration and the generalized criminalization of those communities that are most affected by poverty and racial discrimination. She draws upon her own experiences, having spent 18 months in jail on trial in the early ‘70s after begin placed on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List for a crime she did not commit. Davis is a professor emerita at the University of California Santa Cruz.
Tidewater Books will have books for sale. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free.
Meet your favourite authors as Mount Allison presents Stories About Storytellers
Mount Allison University is offering a unique opportunity to see a new side of some of your favourite authors as it presents Stories About Storytellers: An Evening with Doug Gibson and many famous Canadian authors on Sunday, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Owens Art Gallery.
Gibson, who was the editor and publisher at McClelland and Stewart from 1988 to 2004, worked with some of Canada’s most beloved writers, including Alice Munro, Robertson Davies, W. O. Mitchell, Alistair MacLeod, Pierre Trudeau, Mavis Gallant, Brian Mulroney, Bob Hunter, James Houston, Morley Callaghan, John Kenneth Galbraith, and Peter Gzowski, among others.
With humour, a flair for performance, and backed by caricatures of each author created by The Globe and Mail editorial cartoonist Anthony Jenkins, Gibson shares stories about 21 different authors he got to know well over the course of his career.
“During his time as editor and publisher at McClelland and Stewart, Doug Gibson worked with a who’s who of Canadian literature,” says Dr. Christl Verduyn, professor of English and director of Mount Allison’s Centre for Canadian Studies. “He brings unique insight and perspective to their work, having shepherded their writings from draft to final copy.”
The stage show is based on Gibson’s book, also titled Stories About Storytellers. The evening will begin with a chance to meet Gibson over dessert and his hour-long presentation will follow. Presented in collaboration with the Frye Festival, this event is free and open to all those interested.
Tidewater Books will be selling at the event.
In addition to our carefully selected titles in store, we now offer eBooks.
You can purchase on-line through our affiliate store (just click our “Buy eBooks” link to your left).
You can also purchase selected eBooks in store provided by Enthrill. Their eBook card system allows you to purchase for yourself or is great for gift giving. The selection will change monthly, so stop by often!
Reminder: Lunch with Jeff Rubin | Rappel : Diner-causerie avec Jeff Rubin
Le Festival Frye et la Chambre de commerce du Grand Moncton t’invitent à un diner-causerie avec l’auteur, Jeff Rubin ce mercredi 20 juin à 11 h 30 au Delta Beauséjour. M. Rubin, analyste de ressources de renommée mondiale, est l’auteur du livre The End of Growth. Billets en vente dès maintenant au www.gmcc.nb.ca.
Mark your calendars for the 13th annual Northrop Frye Literary Festival in Moncton, N.B. April 23-28, 2012. Tidewater Books is proud to be the festival bookseller.