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5 childhood books I want to revisit

I was trying to come up with an idea for a blog post and I looked around at some tags before deciding to come up with my own idea. 475 more words

Books

Graphic Novels for Younger Readers

Our older daughter has recently surprised me with a passion for graphic novels. Thanks to my brother, who often gives us graphic novels as gifts, we have a solid start at building a collection. 392 more words

How to dress like Claudia Kishi

Is any fictional character more beloved for her personal style than CLAUDIA KISHI?

Unquestionably the best member of The Babysitters Club books (a ’90s-child staple), Claudia was *~the artsy one~* and the most relatable (for me, at least).  239 more words

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Let Me Introduce Myself

I can’t remember a time in my life when I didn’t love books. I remember sitting on my mom’s lap as a young child, engrossed in the stories of E.B. 477 more words

Books

A Writer Cooks in 2017

2017 is going to be the year of the blog. I have a lot of awesome stuff planned so here are some things to look forward to in the new year. 341 more words

Books

BSC Super Mystery #4: Baby-sitters' Christmas Chiller

What the heck did I just read?

Before I started this I unfairly assumed that “chiller” was a bit of an overstatement. But no: the New York subplot involving the crazy ex-girlfriend was genuinely creepy, especially the gift of a jack-in-the-box with Stacey’s face. 136 more words

Books I Own

Links We Loved This Week -- 12/10/16

“A lot of the classic, great stories were written by truly great writers. Joseph Conrad, Edgar Allen Poe, Edith Wharton, Henry James — they wrote what we would now call “genre fiction.” It got me thinking, “What happened?” When did that stop being something you could do and still be considered a serious writer?” Michael Chabon, whose novel  162 more words

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