Thank You For Reading My Book

Did I mention he is tall?A couple of weeks ago I met author Kwame Alexander. Kwame is a big shot in the book world. He has written a variety of best-selling books. Some target young adults. Sports, friendships, romance, family, relationships, current events. He has a vlog/variety show, Bookish. He has been a keynote speaker... Continue Reading →

Writing Ruining Reading?

Nowadays I'm reading seemingly more than ever. Not just for my book club. For fun. But I'm also writing my own book.

Book Review: History Is All You Left Me

Review in a nutshell for Adam Silvera's History Is All You Left Me. #BookReview #AmReading #Books #Tissues

Book Nerd at a Book Festival

“Grab all the books!” I shouted to my daughter as we jumped out of the car. We had arrived at NoVa Teen Book Festival, and we had books, many heavy books, to be signed. It was time to fangirl it up. My top list from this event: Conversation with Tomi Adeyemi and Dhonielle Clayton. Smart,... Continue Reading →

Blog–Online Diary or Something Else?

What is the point of a blog anyway? (A contraction, by the way, of Web+Log=Blog. Not sure who came up with that and why everyone was on board like, "Yes! This is a great word!") Is it an online diary, with musings about everyday life? Is it a way to express yourself? Is it a... Continue Reading →

‘Tis the Season for Cards

I'm a writer. I have always loved writing and sending letters. And receiving one? Receiving a letter in the mail was one of the most thrilling possibilities of my daily life. When else could something come for you--just you--with news of a story or event? Who knew what untold treasures opening the mailbox door might... Continue Reading →

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