On June 26th, 2020, I posted an article here titled, Let’s Keep The Conversation Going…, The daily news of the gruesome death of George Floyd
by Darby Karchut Released November 2020 by Owl Hollow Press, Utah Alex Nash is supposed to be living in Los Angeles with his mother, playing
The difference between wild and crazy? Preparation.
Blazer & Bray, a Harper Collins Publishing Imprint 2020 An intriguing debut novel with a sequel in the works! A SONG OF WRAITHS AND RUIN
Usually, when I post, I’m hoping to share some little pearl of wisdom I have picked up, or more recently, to extol the virtues of
This Boy, by best-selling New York Times author Lauren Myracle, is set to be released by Walker Books US, a division of Candlewick Press,
Thomas Nelson, Harper Collins, Nashville, TN 2019 Unable to put it down, I read through this so quickly it’s hard to decipher what I liked
Ngan’s recently released second book in the trilogy is as compelling as the original. If you have gift cards to spend this holiday season, these
One of the things I like best about being a writer actively involved in critique groups is the opportunity to review ARCs (Advanced Reader Copies).
By Dianna Sanchez Released October 2018 by Dreaming Robot Press Petunia may only be a six-inch pixie but she gets into a dragon’s size
Review of The ONE and ONLY IVAN by Katherine Applegate Yes, I am talking about the 2013 Newbery Award winner. I read it back then
Congratulations New England Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators! Celebrating forty-five years of influencing and encouraging quality children’s literature and capping it off with
TO WRITE OR NOT TO WRITE? — THAT IS THE QUESTION So, here I am again—at the BUT. Excited that my manuscript is in the final,
I am not by definition a scaredy-cat, but I do like to sleep at night. So, I avoid reading thrillers with zombies or other creatures
Mitali Perkins is the author of nine children’s books. She has received awards from the New York Public Library, American Library Association and the Junior
I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that just about everyone perusing this post would agree that reading is a vital