by Kara Swanson Claire Kenton hates Peter Pan. Ever since her twin brother Connor disappeared, leaving nothing more than a note saying he was with Peter Pan, Claire has despised the boy who never grew up. But Claire can't let herself get caught up in her loathing of Pan. She's busy trying to track down … Continue reading Book Review: Dust
It's that time again! You all now get to learn the facts about my newest project! (And in case you missed it, this project is untitled, so I'm referring to it as Rowan's story. You'll learn why). Also, I'm sorry for falling behind on posting. Again. *deep sigh* But now let's talk about fun stuff, … Continue reading Facts about Rowan’s Story!
I must be getting old. Time seems to be going a lot faster now than it used to. I mean, summer is almost over! School is starting soon! Also, I'm sorry for my failure to adhere to my regular posting schedule on here. I've actually been talking with my mentors about various platforms and how … Continue reading July Recap
by Ally Carter Grace Blakely is a princess on the run, hiding from her enemies to save her life. But Grace is also a sister. And if giving herself up means that her brother is safe, she'll do it, even if it means working with people she can't trust. However, Grace isn't just going to … Continue reading Book Review: Take the Key and Lock Her Up
by Ally Carter Grace Blakely found out the truth about her mother's death. And now she hates herself. While Grace is trying to figure out what to do about the new secrets she learning and how to process the past, her brother Jamie comes to Embassy Row, bringing a friend, Spence, along. At a party … Continue reading Book Review: See How They Run
by Ally Carter Grace Blakely isn't crazy. However, going around saying you saw the man who killed your mother when there isn't any evidence of him being at the place when she died makes people think otherwise. When Grace is sent to Embassy Row to stay with her ambassador grandfather, she does her best to … Continue reading Book Review: All Fall Down
I know that I have been technically working on Story Teller for a long time, even though I started writing it in April. And you all have gone about a year without knowing what this story is even about. But that all changes now! Yes, I am sharing the facts about Story Teller today! Story … Continue reading Story Teller Facts!
by Andrew Clements Abby Carson does not want to repeat sixth grade next year, and she is determined to do whatever it takes to make sure that that does happen. To boost up her grade in language arts and social studies, Abby begins a pen pal project with a student in the mountains of Afghanistan. … Continue reading Book Review: Extra Credit
Writing is a dangerous business. And I don't mean dangerous in the fact that you have to know all sorts of weird, random facts, like how long a person could be knocked out, or that you might have to ward off crazy fans. I mean that writing is dangerous because it can be physically dangerous. … Continue reading The Dangers of Writing
Summer is officially here! It is getting hot and the sun is shining! I hope you all are having a wonderful summer so far, filled with lots of books and writing. Reading Recap I read nine books during June. My favorite was probably either Emberhawk by Jamie Foley or The Winterborne Home for Vengeance and … Continue reading June Recap