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    Ashley Ash

    Ashley is a proud Torontonian, third year social worker student, full time child advocate and national award winning writer. She will defend Anakin Skywalker and Jon Snow till she dies.

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  • Book Beat: Alias Grace Fairies and Banned Books Week

    Book Beat: Alias Grace Fairies and Banned Books Week0

    • September 28, 2017

    Hi book lovers! Ashley here again! The most exciting thing I read this week were the corporate policies I have to edit at my new internship, sigh. It’s during the fall that I curse myself for not taking advantage of leisurely reading in the summer. For example, this weekend I missed my local Word on

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  • Book Beat: Bisexual Visibility and Awards Season

    Book Beat: Bisexual Visibility and Awards Season1

    • September 21, 2017

    Hi book lovers! Ashley here! I’ve been so stressed lately with the start of a new school semester and my new job placement, so I took a few weeks off from Book Beat. You can understand, right? I’m going to try to keep up with my normal reading and writing schedule, but it seems like

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  • Book Beat – Female-Led Lord of the Flies and CSI: YA

    Book Beat – Female-Led Lord of the Flies and CSI: YA0

    • August 31, 2017

    Hi book lovers! Ashley here! Does anyone know how we somehow arrived at the end of summer? I am remorsefully thinking about all the activities I never checked off my summer to-do list, but I am looking forward to the fall. Books just feel better when read with a cup of cocoa and a cozy

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  • Book Beat – Poems & Lit to Read in the Wake of Charlottesville

    Book Beat – Poems & Lit to Read in the Wake of Charlottesville0

    • August 17, 2017

    Hi, book lovers! Ashley here! I’m still trying to work my way through Stephen King’s IT. I really like it, but one time I woke up in the middle of the night and lay frozen because I didn’t want to close my closet door or let my legs dangle. I worked a couple of shifts this

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