Synopsis: It’s hard to resist a story about stories. We are the stories we tell about ourselves—that’s the theme that shines through in Sarah Beth Durst’s newest middle grade fantasy, The Stone Girl’s Story. The stone girl is Mayka, just like a twelve-year-old girl in most respects except that she… Read More »Monday Review: THE STONE GIRL’S STORY by Sarah Beth Durst
Between early-summer travel, summer school class prep, copious novel rewriting, and some much-needed down time, it’s been quiet here on the blog, but here’s me and Tanita just cruising in to say HAPPY SUMMER and we’ll be back with some more book reviews and other fun stuff soon! In the… Read More »Happy Summer!
This was pretty typical of me at a certain age (by which I mean all the ages including now…). I believe that is a Sweet Valley High book I was reading. We’re at a Christmas party, and my mom and stepdad are engrossed in an actual conversation which I was… Read More »Throwback Thursday: Leave Me Alone, I’m Reading
Okay, I missed April. OOPS. But I’m back on track now, and it’s time for another 2sday Challenge, hosted over on the writing blog and posted by my co-blogger and fellow author Tanita S. Davis. Anyone is welcome to participate–just write your thing, inspired by the posted Flickr photo, and… Read More »May Flicktion Tuesday Challenge
It’s hard to believe, but I don’t think we’ve posted about this yet–the next Kidlitosphere Conference is already well into the planning stages, spearheaded by our own Charlotte Taylor of Charlotte’s Library and Mia Wenjen of Pragmatic Mom. It’ll be in Providence, RI on March 22-23, 2019, and it’s got… Read More »SAVE THE DATE: KidLitCon 2019 in Providence, RI