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We’re 1/3 of the way through 2015. Amazing! But for my money, the best 2/3 of the year remain — not only because of street fests, barbeques, the World Series, leaves, Christmas, etc., but also because here come some pretty … Continue reading
Walk into any young child’s bedroom, anywhere in America, and you will inevitably see a collection of little-kid books that includes what I think of as The Staples. You know the ones: Goodnight Moon, The Giving Tree, Guess How Much … Continue reading
“A story about a boy and his relationship with his mother in the American South…” she said. “Oh, and part of it is narrated by Crack.” I faltered. “Crack like… Crack?” “Crack like Crack Cocaine. Yes.” This was how this … Continue reading
Dystopian and apocalyptic novels are still quite popular among teens and rightfully so in my opinion. They usually have a little something to offer everyone: seeing the world through a different lens, some violence, character angst, and usually some love … Continue reading
Have you ever thought about writing a book? Maybe you browse the shelves of the library or your local bookstore and you think, “I would love to write a novel, but when will I find the time to do it?” … Continue reading