From our earliest moments, most writers are avid readers. We devour books — for story, for craft, for new worlds and new ideas.
I don’t know if we become students of the written word because we love to read or if we read because we were born to love the written word.… Read the post
Last week, Fae Rowen discussed her reading habits in Beware: Voracious Reading Ahead. Like her, I remember reading way more than my friends and classmates when I was young, devouring every book that came my way.
I started with the marvelous for Laura Ingalls Wilder and Nancy Drew.… Read the post
Autumn always makes me thankful. Maybe it's because of Thanksgiving. Maybe it's because of a memory of a remote cabin in the middle exploding fall colors. Maybe it's the reminder that I have more to be thankful for than most. I'm thankful for books.… Read the post
From our earliest moments, most writers are avid readers. We devour books – for story, for Craft, for new worlds and new ideas.
We have To Be Read piles (TBR for short) that are taller than small children. Our favorite authors and characters become our friends.… Read the post
If you're a North American parent with a child in 3rd grade or beyond, it's a pretty sure bet you've heard of Flat Stanley. Just in case you haven't, here's a quick summary:
The Flat Stanley Project
In 1994, Dale Hubert began the Flat Stanley Project in Ontario, Canada.… Read the post