Blog love, happy spring edition.

Spring is my favourite time of year! I’ve already reblogged a few wonderful posts but I’d like to wrap up this theme by showcasing some more bloggers who are also celebrating the season! (This may also introduce you to some new blogs that you might enjoy as much as I do). Have fun!

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Cynthia Reyes – Mama’s Garden in Spring

There and Back Again – Through My Lens: Pretty Pink Parasols

From My Window – Glorious Oriole

Chirps and Buzzes – White Admiral Butterfly

Natuurfreak2 – Mijn klein insectenboek

Some Little Crum Creek – Dragonfly

Tofino Photography – Orca Vistas

Rainyleaf – Blue Poppy Time

Words and Herbs – In a Vase on Monday: May Bouquet

Christopher Martin Photography – A Red Fox Backlit in Bragg Creek

The Door is Ajar: Invasive by Chuck Wendig.

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Chuck Wendig – Invasive (2016, Harper Voyager)

A strange murder and the discovery of genetically engineered ants lead survivalist and FBI consultant Hannah Stander on a trip to Hawai’i – where things quickly escalate from paradise to apocalypse in Chuck Wendig’s blisteringly good novel Invasive.  Wendig reigns in his signature over-the-top style a smidgeon and produces a tight, brilliantly-characterized, and perfectly-paced thriller. The dustjacket comparisons to Michael Crichton’s work are definitely warranted – I’d say this is Wendig’s finest book to date.  More, please.