The Bright Side of Darkness by Jo Elizabeth Pinto is one of the best books that I have read so far this year. It is deeply moving and inspiring. It also includes one of the best depiction of a character with a disability that I have ever seen in literature.
Hello, Friends! My name is Beckie and I love to write. I am a voracious reader with a soft spot for genre fiction, especially sweet romance. That is why I was very interested when Rachel from Rachel's Random Resources invited me to take part in the cover reveal for the romance novel, The Dinner in… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Dinner in the Sky by Anne John-Ligali (Contemporary Romance)
My debut novel, Cinnamon Rolls & Running Shoes, features a diverse cast and is now available exclusively on Channillo! Dickens and Dumas were both published in serial form and now so am I !
About the Book Book: Moriah’s Wings Author: Iris Carignan Genre: Christian Children’s Fiction Release Date: March 26, 2019 She’s just a slave girl. What does she know? Desparity’s life couldn’t have been worse, she thought. However, when she’s captured and sold into slavery, Despairity discovers that things can get worse—much worse. However, her new mistress,… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: Moriah’s Wings by Iris Carignan
I Am Nuclear Fusion by Muriel Fitzpatrick is a fun way for children to learn about writing! My Review of I Am Nuclear Fusion: We all have the potential to become a star! I Am Nuclear Fusion by Muriel Fitzpatrick is a fun and educational activity book that will help children to realize that they are… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: I Am Nuclear Fusion by Muriel Fitzpatrick
Fallons Hope by Narah Quinn is a fun YA fantasy adventure! In this author interview, Quinn shares about the inspiration for her first novel.
The Saxon Wolves by Penny Ingham takes readers on an impeccably researched epic journey into Britain's Dark Ages. For Anya, priestess and princess, exile is only the beginning. I had the opportunity to interview the very talented author, Penny Ingham.
This week, I am delighted to feature experienced environmental journalist and wildlife writer, Chloe May Ward. Chloe and I both love animals and this beautiful world in which we live. That is why I am pleased to share with you Chloe's fascinating article about how young people are working together to raise awareness about climate change and the importance of protecting our planet.
The White City was fast paced, well written, and a great romp through history! I really enjoyed this book. My life has been really hectic lately and this was the perfect light and fluffy read to help put a smile on my face.
Title: If Dan Can Shred- You Can, Too! Dream It; Live It Author: Danielle Coulter Genre: Nonfiction/ Memoir Length: 169 Pages Available for free from Kindle Unlimited or from Amazon in Paperback! About Danielle (from her Amazon Author Page):My name is Danielle Coulter and I was born with Cerebral Palsy. At the age of 20,… Continue reading Book Review: If Dan Can Shred- You Can, Too! By D. Coulter #Disability #DreamBig