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I thought I should make some changes to this as things in my life have changed recently.
I’m Aaron and reside in Stratford Ontario, home of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. This is the place that I grew up and lived for the majority of my life. It’s a quaint little town that has many bookstores that I’m looking forward to frequenting again. There are several used as well as new bookstores that I just love, especially the largest used bookstore here Yesterday’s Things & Books.
Given that I also love theatre there isn’t a better place to be for world class theatre. Out side of Stratford there is some great local theatre such as Theatre and Company in Kitchener. There are so many shows to look forward to. I’m also looking forward to participating in this years Stratford Community Players production. I’ve really missed being involved in theatre.
The title of this site comes from my favorite bookstore in Seoul, What the Book? I only thought it fitting to use the title of my blog as an homage for the store that I purchase the majority of my books from in this country. It’s only a matter of time before I head back there and get some more.
If you are interested in contacting me for any reason you can do so at email@example.com I look forward to reading all comments and emails.
p.s. Just so everyone knows all comments will receive a response, the response will be posted in the comments train
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hey aaron! thanks for linking me up! have you heard of read the nobels (yes, another challenge) … readthenobels.blogspot.com
🙂 yes they are so addicting
Aloi: I have hear do the nobels challenge. I will probably join given that I have few on my list and for some of the other challenges I’m a part of.
Please contact me by Sunday June 29th to claim your prize (Fables from the Mud). Check your email or perhaps your spam folder.
I love your site. Keep it up !
Is Stratford where the kids go on their field trip in Fade? Sounds like a great town!
How do I submit a new non fiction book (to be published in September) for your review?