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Unveiling the Mysteries of the Benedict Society

The Mysterious Benedict Society
Trenton Lee Stewart

A mysterious newspaper ad brings four gifted children together, forming a team they fondly call The Mysterious Benedict Society… 320 more words


What I wish I'd known about writing when I was teaching full-time by Pippa Wilson

Reading Stephen King’s “On Writing” this week has had a profound effect on the way I see myself as a writer.

The intimate and frank description of his approach to writing (and the inciting events in his life that lead to the development of his style of writing) have made me reflect a lot. 795 more words

Children's Literature

Musical Soundtrack For Your Reading Pleasure! Enjoy The Lioness's Preface and First Chapter!

Booktrack allows an author to create a soundtrack for their book.  I created one for The Lioness of Brumley and Her Most Unusual Grandchildren.  Now you can enjoy the preface and first chapter by reading along with a musical soundtrack and audio effects.   19 more words

The Lioness Of Brumley Hall

If there is no struggle, there is no progress.  -Frederick Douglass

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Bookish Origins: My Early Reading Years!

Hello, everyone! There’s been a tag going around on the booktube about our ‘bookish beginnings,’ and even though I do not have a booktube channel, I thought it would be a fun tag to do here on my blog! 890 more words

The Big Bad Wolf Gets A Rebranding; A new way to look at the wolf in arts and literature.

From Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin August 27, 2015 by Rachel Tilseth

The wolf has been given a bad rap through-out western culture. The visual arts and literature has played an active role in perpetuating this fear and hate of wolves. 868 more words



I thought I would use this blog to share my thoughts on books.  Because that is what we all need in the world, more people sharing their every thought with the world. 342 more words

Alex Gino