This is just a good idea.
"It was photography, specifically shots of Toronto in the 1850s, that inspired author Michael Redhill to write his prize-winning novel, Consolation.
The Toronto Public Library has picked Consolation for its inaugural Keep Toronto Reading One Book campaign, in which all Torontonians are being asked to read Redhill's novel during February.
But there's another twist. As an official sponsor of the project, the Toronto Star is also asking readers to take Consolation as their own inspiration for personal images that capture the city."
By all means keep Toronto reading. It's how they deserve their hipper than everyone else status.
Posted by Dave