TOP 10 FALL CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOKS

There may be affiliate links in this post. If you make a purchase after clicking one of my links, I may get a small commission. Looking for children's fall books? There are several autumn-themed books to pick from. Fall is a lovely season, especially for youngsters. There's the wonder (and science!) of changing leaves and... Continue Reading →

10 Books to Read If You Love Our Flag Means Death

There are affiliate links in this article. I might receive an affiliate commission if you make a purchase using these links. Imagine a pirate ship with hidden passages stocked with designer clothing, a massive library with built-in bookcases, beautiful porcelain place settings, and a crew that resolves disputes "as a crew." It is now a... Continue Reading →

WTF IS HAPPENING TO BARNES & NOBLE?

You're not the only one who has noticed the Twitter discussion over Barnes & Noble not carrying debut hardcovers. Recently, authors raised the alarm after learning from a variety of sources (including other authors, B&N representatives, former B&N workers, other business experts, etc.) that the chain's stores will only offer hardcovers with established sales histories.... Continue Reading →

12 NEW CHILDREN’S BOOKS FOR SEPTEMBER THAT YOU MUST READ

There are affiliate links in this article. I could receive an affiliate commission if you make a purchase using these links. September is here! September seems to be one of those odd transitional months, neither quite summer nor quite fall. Certainly not in Tennessee. September is merely there, in contrast to October, which is full... Continue Reading →

Ten Novels with Unreliable Narrators That Will Blow Your Mind

Who all had "Unreliable Narrator" on their reading challenge? Who also sat there and asked, "What the hell does that mean?" An intriguing novel with some big plot twists benefits greatly from an unreliable narrator. These are stories that are recounted from the perspective of someone who is either unable or unwilling to give an... Continue Reading →

Look for these 9 book-to-screen adaptations this fall and winter.

There are affiliate links in this article. I could receive a commission if you make a purchase after clicking one of these links. September marks the beginning of the lovely Fall season, which brings with it simple witches, delicious pumpkin spice lattes, changing foliage, Halloween d├ęcor, and soup. I adore it a lot. Additionally, new... Continue Reading →

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