Book Review: H Is For Haiku by Sydell Rosenberg

Tweet It’s not often I am contacted on behalf of an author who has passed away, but when Sydell Rosenberg’s daughter got in touch with me about this delightful book of haiku poems, H Is For Haiku, I knew I … Continue reading

Book Review: From Promising to Published by Melanie Faith

Tweet Today I’m taking part in a WOW! Women on Writing blog tour for Melanie Faith’s From Promising to Published. This book for aspiring and beginning writers is sure to provide a dose of inspiration along with its practical advice. … Continue reading

Book Review: Still Mine by Jayne Pillemer & Sheryl Murray

Tweet Talking to young children about death when they lose someone they love—a family member, friend, or someone else—can seem impossible. Yet, children often need to talk to find comfort in tragic situations. A new picture book called Still Mine … Continue reading

Book Review: Drawing Outside the Lines by Susan J. Austin

Tweet Architect Julia Morgan overcame barriers and blazed the way for women in the profession. In the early 1900s, she was the first woman admitted to study architecture at the École de Beaux Arts in Paris and the first woman … Continue reading

Review: Nothing Interesting Ever Happens to Ethan Fairmont by Nick Brooks

Tweet Ethan Fairmont likes to invent things. His newest project is a robot to help his elderly neighbor clean her home. But when the robot goes haywire, he takes it to the abandoned, closed-down factory building where his dad used … Continue reading

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