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Book Review: What This Story Needs Is a Munch and a Crunch

Join Pig and her friends in another fun read-aloud adventure as they figure out a way to keep the picnic fun and games going, even with a little rain. 321 more words


A Long Way Home by Becky Doughty

Book reviews are subjective. I tend to rate books not according to how “perfect” they are, seem to be, or are said to be in general but rather to how perfect they are to me. 371 more words

Arts And Entertainment

Tips for writers of Muslim children's literature

Over the years, between my two blogs I have reviewed several books. In engaging with authors over the years, I have gained some insight into the different steps which go into producing a successful, Muslim children’s book. 701 more words

Children's Books

A Post About Post-Relationship Life in Literature

Adjusting to life soon after divorce, widowhood, or the end of a non-marital romantic relationship often isn’t easy — even if the partnership was negative. 807 more words

In the Author's Spotlight Please Welcome Tim Yingling!

This week please welcome Tim Yingling! Welcome Tim! I’m thrilled that you’ve joined us this week! There’s a lot of questions I’d like to throw at you so please grab a glove lol. 1,758 more words


Sunday Surprise

Hi guys,

I’m Samantha and I come from another world – the original, old Silvery Earth, where people are immortal and never grow up. When I’m not… 895 more words

Guest Post

rami ungar the writer reblogged this on Rami Ungar The Writer and commented:

What's better than one character interview in one day? Two! While Rip's getting interviewed on the blog, Zahara's getting interviewed by another fictional character on the blog Creative Barbwire, hosted by fellow novelist Barbara G. Tarn. Definitely check it out, especially if you haven't read Reborn City yet.