A bias many adults don't realize they have is that middle grade fiction, is well, for kids. The streamlined plot and storytelling do not indicate a simple story, however. In fact, I love reading middle grade fiction because of the tough issues and questions the authors wrestle with, without all the fancy, plumped up fiction... Continue Reading →
What are your favorite bookish podcasts?
The podcast I never miss an episode of is: What Should I Read Next? Anne Bogel loves books as much as I do (actually maybe more) She interviews guests each week and based on their favorite books and books they dislike (or hate) she makes recommendations. She interviews really interesting readers. All have a story that impact... Continue Reading →
It is a rainy Saturday here, and the perfect day for reading. Comment and share your favorite beverage you enjoy while reading and what book will keep you company this afternoon and evening?
There has to be a rule, that if a mom suggests a book to her child/ren he/she/they will adamantly refuse until someone who isn't their mother suggests it.
March roars in and drags us behind but at least we have books for the journey. Read about my picks for feel-good reads.
My January Round up