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Rooftoppers - Katherine Rundell

This is by far the most beautiful book I’ve read in a long while.  Katherine Rundell has an utterly unique and lyrical prose style that reminds me of Oscar Wilde. 20 more words

Book Reviews

Kai Chapter Eighteen - The Final Chapter!

Kai ran at Appollyon as fast as he could and leapt high, attempting to bring the sword down on his head. Appollyon matched his strength with some to spare and they traded blows, each determined to win. 1,061 more words


Work The Magic

I took a break from things today and have a big surprise for my wife when she returns home in the morning. I worked very hard and was able to open the remaining boxes in our laundry room, kitchen and pantry, go through them and put things away. 181 more words

Braatly Learns Who His Friends Are

The next chance Braatly got, he snuck out to search for the dragon girl in the yellow dress. It wasn’t a day the humans went to work, so the corridors of the skyway were mostly dark and empty, with only an occasional store open to sell haircuts and travel packages and useless stuff like that. 479 more words


Sharing Books with Distant Grandchildren

I’m writing this blog for my “peeps.”  You know who you are.  You’re the ones who wore a real Davy Crockett coonskin cap and owned an original Whammo Hula Hoop.  1,076 more words

Lois Rubin Gross

How I Write - Putting Pencil to Paper and Fingers to Keyboard

I recently wrote about where I write and said I would also explain how I write, so here it is. Before I do though, I need to tell you a brief story. 1,392 more words

Children's Fiction

Carole's Book Alphabet ~ 'A' is for...

‘Animal Ark’

When I was younger, I wanted to be a vet and I am fairly certain that this was largely down to this book series and my obsession with watching… 412 more words