20 Best Canadian Fiction Blogs and Websites
Canadian Fiction Blogs
Here are 20 Best Canadian Fiction Blogs you should follow in 2023
Nova Scotia, Canada
Hello, my name is Lynne. I love to share reading with others and use my blog as a way of documenting my own reading and to serve as an additional online place where I can share my opinions about the books I read.
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3.2K⋅ 6.6K⋅ 1K ⋅4 posts / week Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Write for Harlequin is about finding new voices in romantic fiction. At Write for Harlequin you'll find everything you need to help you reach your writing goals - from our current submission calls and how-to-submit information to editors' tips on writing unforgettable characters, fast-paced plots, and an irresistible mix of tension and chemistry in your happily ever after story.
8.3K⋅ 4.8K ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
I am a stay-at-home mom of a 20-year-old daughter and an 18-year-old son who loves to read all genres from Historical Fiction to Contemporary Romance and everything in between. Most days, aside from reading, I spend my time cycling, hiking, volunteering, or running around for my kids. This blog will not have remarkable insight or exceptional literary review, but it may help the average joe decide which book to pick up next.
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5.3K ⋅5 posts / week ⋅ Jan 2016 Get Email Contact
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
I'm a freelance writer and performer in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. I'm the award-winning author of more than 60 books of science fiction, fantasy, and nonfiction for readers of all ages. I also write non-fiction and occasionally write plays.
1.1K⋅ 1.5K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
5. On Fiction
OnFiction has the aim of developing the psychology of fiction. Using theoretical and empirical perspectives, we endeavor to understand how fiction is created, and how readers and audience members engage with it.
2K ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact
Grand Barachois, Canada
Nunum is a journal dedicated to blending flash fiction and art. Featuring Interviews, art, submission opportunities, craft essays, reviews, and more.
321⋅ 467 ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
The following section of That Shakespearean Rag is dedicated to short fiction. The blog is about books and reading and will help you find your next best read.
1 post / month Get Email Contact
The following section of the 49th Shelf is dedicated to Fiction. The 49th Shelf has one purpose: to make it easier for readers to discover Canadian books. Canadian books in all genres, from bestselling authors to new talent, from publishers large and small, from all regions of the country.
7K⋅ 15.4K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
Read latest and old Adult Fiction books and reviews in the following section of Vaughan Public Libraries. Vaughan Public Libraries offer welcoming destinations that educate, excite, and empower our community.
4.7K⋅ 4.2K ⋅3 posts / month Get Email Contact
The Contented Reader dedicated the following section to Adult Fiction, featuring and reviewing books. Hi! I'm Victoria - a teacher, bibliophile, tea drinker, and Disney lover! On my blog, you'll find honest reviews and book lists to help you find your next read and other fun lifestyle posts!
514⋅ 1.1K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
The Teen Advisory Group blog of Oshawa Public Libraries is dedicated to fiction. Looking for great reads, movies, music, learning opportunities, and more? Our online library is always open!
3.4K⋅ 4.6K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
12. Serving Worlds
Serving Worlds is home to science fiction stories, novels, podcasts, and audiobooks. John Mierau writes, narrates, and produces science fiction with strong characters & big ideas, set in science fiction settings. Storytelling and Audiodrama by John Mierau, with contributions by many other talented artists.
1.3K ⋅3 posts / year Get Email Contact
The following section of Janet Sketchley's blog is dedicated to Fiction where Janet gives in-depth reviews of the latest book she had read. She is an Atlantic Canadian writer who likes her fiction with a splash of mystery or adventure and a dash of Christianity.
381 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
14. Beauty in Ruins
Beauty in Ruins is a Non-binary author, reader, & reviewer of female/feminine romance, erotica, and fantasy. Our focus is primarily on fiction (especially fantasy & romance) that is female or feminine authored, identified, fronted, and/or dominant.
699⋅ 4.3K ⋅30 posts / year Get Email Contact
All Lit Up is an online bookstore and blog featuring books published by members of the Literary Press Group, an association of Canadian-owned literary publishers.
1.7K⋅ 3.5K ⋅18 posts / year Get Email Contact
16. Mythos & Ink
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Mythos & Ink is an independent press with a passion for great stories and the community built around them. In addition to publishing science fiction, fantasy, and geeky nonfiction, we make spaces for writers to learn, grow, and become great authors through informative blog posts, writing resources, and a Discord community.
1.3K ⋅11 posts / year Get Email Contact
17. Art In Fiction
Bowen Island, British Columbia, Canada
My name is Carol M. Cram and I've created Art In Fiction, a curated database of novels for readers and authors who enjoy reading fiction inspired by the arts. Novel listings are organized into eleven categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Photography, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other. Art In Fiction also includes thoughtful reviews of many of the novels included on the site along with a blog showcasing arts topics of interest to our readers and authors.
200⋅ 602 ⋅30 posts / year ⋅ May 2019 Get Email Contact
18. DC Books Blog
DC Books embodies a tradition of literary innovation, dissent against convention, and artistic facilitation that is second to none. Our founding editor is Louis Dudek, deeply respected as a poet, man of letters, and literary animator, who for many years, before his death in 2001, brought his talents and experience to bear upon the editing tasks at DC Books.
1 post / year Get Email Contact
19. Scott Overton
Writer of Science Fiction and Fantasy I write compelling stories of the near future that probe big. As the host of a radio morning show for most of his 30 years in broadcasting, Scott Overton entertained and informed thousands of groggy people as they faced each new day. He brings those same skills and perspectives to his writing, which includes science fiction and fantasy, mainstream and thriller fiction, and even a children's book.
81⋅ 145 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Canadian Fiction Bloggers
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