Book Review: The Only True Genius in the Family, Interview with Author Jennie Nash

Tweet I recently finished reading a newly released book by Jennie Nash called The Only True Genius in the Family. Nash’s straightforward writing style brought me into the world of her characters right away, and I thought my readers would … Continue reading

Book Review: The Book of Nonsense by David Michael Slater

Tweet The Book of Nonsense by David Michael Slater is a treat for mystery lovers, magic lovers and just general book lovers. Daphna and her twin Dexter are as different as twins can be. Daphna loves books and volunteers reading … Continue reading

Book Review: Masterpiece by Elise Broach

Tweet I recently read Masterpiece by Elise Broach and was totally delighted with the story and the characters. Mother-daughter book clubs with daughters aged 9 and up should enjoy reading it—there’s a sprinkling of art history scattered among the broader … Continue reading

Book Review: The Ruby in the Smoke by Philip Pullman

Tweet Fans of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials series will find The Ruby in the Smoke very different, but in many ways just as pleasurable to read. It opens with sixteen-year-old Sally Lockhart visiting her deceased father’s shipping firm and … Continue reading

Book Review: Creepers by Joanne Dahme

Tweet Goosebumps author R. L. Stine says “Who doesn’t like a good ghost story? Creepers is a good one! Thrills and chills? You Bet. But it will also warm your heart.” Here’s my review of Creepers by Joanne Dahme Courtney … Continue reading

Book Review: If I’d Known Then, Women in Their 20s and 30s Write Letters to Their Younger Selves

Tweet Have you ever wished you could write a letter to yourself when you were younger to give yourself hope or encouragement to get through a difficult time? That’s what the 35 women did who appear in If I’d Know … Continue reading

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