Author: MeShell

I live in Toronto with my partner JC, our small human, and 2 cats. I like technology, vegan food, traveling, and lots of other things. For more information about MeShell, JC, Emmie, or Marmo, visit our About page.

January Reads.

This year reading has come easy, after letting go of reading challenges last year, and just letting myself go with the flow, and with my whims, I didn’t reach the end of the year racing to meet some arbitrary goal, and I feel better for it. I started the year...

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Burger Time: Toronto – Soy Boys

I’ve been sampling a variety of vegan burgers the past little while, and most of them have been pretty decent. They’re often met with ambivalence (from me and others) after decades of lack lustre veggie burgers or non-vegan places phoning it in with a wilted mushroom cap or something. But...

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The Hugo Awards – 2022

This was my first time attending Chicon, and the Hugo Awards, virtually of course, but what a treat it was. I’ve read so many of the nominees this year, perhaps next year I will vote, but voting seems impossible since I love so many of the books – in my...

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Arboreality by Rebecca Campbell

I read Arboreality by Rebecca Campbell in a hammock under the canopy of old cedar and pine trees –  it felt like the perfect place to be. In the trees, relating to trees. The authour describes herself as someone who “writes weird fiction” and that was a major selling point...

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Bloomer’s Copycat Cobb Salad

I don’t know about you, but in 2014-2015 I basically lived at bloomers every Tuesday morning. I’d make sure to buy coffee and food on the regular, but I would park myself in a booth, and sit there with my laptop for several hours. It was not usually super busy...

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