How to Tell if Your Kid is Becoming a Bookworm: A Memoir

I’ve been a bookworm since about first grade. The books that really got me interested in reading were the American Girl Kirsten series, and I haven’t stopped reading since. Looking back on my childhood, I laugh at the little quirks that showed how I was a bookworm-in-training. So today, I present a memoir of my … Continue reading How to Tell if Your Kid is Becoming a Bookworm: A Memoir

Book Review: All That Makes Life Bright by Josi S. Kilpack

When learning about historical figures, we may sometimes wonder what it would feel like to be in their shoes and what their life was like during earlier years. If you want to learn more about writer and abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe, then check out the book All That Makes Life Bright written by Josi S. … Continue reading Book Review: All That Makes Life Bright by Josi S. Kilpack

Support Hurricane Harvey Victims at the #HelpAndHopeForHouston Charity Auction on Instagram

Are you a bookworm or writer who wants to support the families who have suffered from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey? Then come check out the #HelpAndHopeForHouston Charity Auction on Instagram. Author Sara B. Larson started this auction, and now several authors have gathered together to donate signed books, manuscript reviews, and much more so … Continue reading Support Hurricane Harvey Victims at the #HelpAndHopeForHouston Charity Auction on Instagram

Book Review: The Secret of the India Orchid by Nancy Campbell Allen

If you feel that your regency romances needs a little something different, then try The Secret of the India Orchid, which adds espionage into the mix. This book was written by Nancy Campbell Allen and published by Shadow Mountain Publishing. In this story, Sophia and Anthony travel to India, seeking important government papers and the … Continue reading Book Review: The Secret of the India Orchid by Nancy Campbell Allen

Book Recommendation: My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows

Sometimes history takes a turn for the worst, but not when you can create alternate history by making it a fantastic, hilarious romp as is done in the book, My Lady Jane. This novel was written by authors Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows (The Lady Janies) and published by HarperTeen in 2016. The … Continue reading Book Recommendation: My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows