As a young adult librarian and a writer of YA books, I don't often venture into middle grade territory. But I have been reading more, because a lot of the "teens" who come to my library programs are middle schoolers, and they aren't always ready for YA books. Over on The Page Half Full, the … Continue reading my favorite middle grade books of the year and all-time
Just a few of the books I've been putting off reading...
A while back, Forever Lost in Literature posted a list of the the ten longest books they had read. This week, I'm adding my own list.
What to read when you're jonesing for a new season of Stranger Things.
Five good reasons to stop reading that book right now.
With my very first infographic!
Werewolves in fiction have yet to escape their many trappings and rules of their mythology. If you pick up a book about werewolves, you will most definitely find at least three of these things.
What they are, how to make them, and some I made!
I've only read two books by Robyn Schneider, but I'm already sensing a formula!
An isolated cottage in the UK, usually by the seaside, surrounded by dark trees. There something mysterious going on, and naturally, there's no cell reception either... When I'm not reading YA, I lean towards adult thrillers, and I've been sensing a theme... At first I thought it was the word "wood" in the title, because … Continue reading 3 on a theme: isolated cottages