We asked author Natasha Wing for a back-to-school recommendation for college students and her favorite back-to-school memory. Here are her answers: There is a The Night Before College! My favorite back-to-school memory is walking to school. I felt so grown up! About Natasha Wing Natasha Wing is the bestselling author… Read More #BacktoSchool Book Recommendations from @NatashaWing #ThursdayThoughts
Looking for a good book this summer? Here is a recommendation from Newbery Honor Winning Author Kirby Larson. I just read (finally!) The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies — perfect summer read! About Kirby Larson Kirby Larson is the acclaimed author of the 2007 Newbery Honor Book, Hattie Big Sky, a young adult historical novel… Read More @KirbyLarson Recommends a Great #SummerRead
What Teresa Funke is Reading This Summer I’m currently reading A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman at the suggestion of a friend who was on a quest to find writers who could “write well, but also tell a good story.” I’m also reading Story Genius: How to Use Brain Science to Go Beyond Outlining… Read More @teresafunke Recommends #SummerReads
We asked authors to share their favorite summer read. Here is Renee Riva‘s: Saving Sailor because it was all of my best memories from childhood before cell phone or computers. Just swimming g, boating, and playing with my dog on an island with 3 log cabins. Bliss. If you live in the Tri-Cities (Washington), you… Read More #ReneeRiva – What is your favorite #summerread?
It’s that time of year for baseball and softball players across the country. All Stars season. We asked Barbara O’Connor what her favorite baseball book is. This was her response… I love anything SOUTHERN, so of course I love anything by Deborah Wiles. Her baseball book is The Aurora County Allstars. From the publisher:… Read More #PlayBall #AllStars #LittleLeague Great Reads @barbaraoconnor #DeborahWiles
Here are some graduation memories and some great advice from author Trudi Trueit. What do you remember most about your graduation? I graduated among the top ten students in a class of more than 500, so I thought sitting in that first row at the graduation ceremony would be what I remembered most, but it… Read More #Graduation #Advice @truditrueit #Summer
Good morning! Keeping with the summer, end of school theme, we asked authors what they remember most about high school graduation and what advice they would give graduating seniors. Here are their answers. Author Renee Riva I remember the friends I made and that stood out above all I’d learned. Don’t let go of the… Read More #ThursdayThoughts #Graduation #ReneeRiva @NatashaWing #Summer