Ellis Weiner Talks About the Challenges of Writing Male and Female Narrators

Tweet Today I’m participating in the blog tour for The Templeton Twins Have An Idea, the first in a  middle-grade series written by Ellis Weiner and illustrated by Jeremy Holmes. In the book, a narrator tells the story of fraternal … Continue reading

Book Review: Glow by Jessica Maria Tuccelli

Tweet Glow is a fascinating story that starts during the early days of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1940s and goes back in time to tell the story of a remote mountainous region in Georgia and the generations of … Continue reading

Author K. L. Glanville Talks About Science Fiction and Imagination and Gives Away a Copy of Her Book

Tweet In this essay, K. L. Glanville, author of 2108: Eyes Open,shares her thoughts on how science fiction can stimulate discussions about morals and beliefs that take place in the here and now. I’ve experienced this in book club meetings … Continue reading

Journaling: Purely Personal Or For Sharing? Plus a Giveaway by Mari McCarthy

Tweet When Mari McCarthy was last featured on Mother Daughter Book Club.com, it was to talk about mother-daughter journaling and her book, Who Are You? How to Use Journaling to Know and Grow Your Life. As part of her new … Continue reading

A Little Mother-Daughter “Unadvice” from Author Stephanie Stiles

Tweet Stephanie Stiles is author of the new book Take It Like a Mom, of which Publishers Weekly says “Stiles captures the petty and hilarious dramas that overlay stressed-out suburban lives in her debut, an ode to stay-at-home momdom.” Today … Continue reading

Author Kim Culbertson Talks About Reading With Her Mother

Tweet Kim Culbertson’s young adult novel, Songs for a Teenage Nomad, features a teen girl, Calle, who uses music to make sense of the events going on around her. The book really struck a chord with me (so to speak), … Continue reading

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