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The Way Home Looks Now by Wendy Shang - Review by Jeff Anderson

If you haven’t read Wendy Shang’s work, you’re in for a treat when you do. Her award-winning middle grade novel, The Great Wall of Lucy Wu… 620 more words

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The Detective’s Assistant by Kate Hannigan - Review by Brianna DuMont

Historical fiction doesn’t get enough love. Sure, it’s not as flashy as science fiction—literally in some cases—and of course, there aren’t any vampire love triangles or undead zombie attacks, but historical fiction has something better. 469 more words

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Noticing Small Details by Kimberly Willis Holt

Sometimes when I sign one of my books, I’ll write, See the things that others don’t see. Observation is an important tool for writers, especially when you notice the small things. 639 more words

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Reading for Fun is Serious Business by Lisa Schroeder

When I visit with kids and talk about being an author, I tell them they may be surprised to learn that I didn’t major in Creative Writing or English in college. 902 more words

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Once Upon a Time by Deborah Freedman

Deborah Freedman is the author and illustrator of several books for children, including BLUE CHICKEN and THE STORY OF FISH & SNAIL. Her newest book is… 47 more words

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The Issue With Issue Books by I.W. Gregorio

When I was a kid, I read for ALL the reasons. I read to escape, to travel to places real and imagined that were far beyond the insular Central New York town I lived in. 686 more words

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Crime Fighters to Crime Writers by RC Bridgestock

God works in mysterious ways, as Bob and I know only too well… Writing a book was never on our ‘bucket list’ – never mind writing a series of crime books, together! 1,315 more words

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