Just reviewed The Aviary, by Kathleen O'Dell. (READ MORE).
Clara Dooley has lived her whole life in the decrepit Glendoveer mansion, where her mother is the care-taker of the elderly Mrs Glendoveer. Clara's mother keeps…Continue
Added by Rachel Bradford on April 15, 2013 at 3:36pm — No Comments
On April 16, I signed a contract with Silver Knight Publishing for my middle grade book The Wide Awake Loons.
That book felt “meant to be” from the first. The conception of books is a subject that mystifies. The Wide Awake Loonsis the only book that I planned in my head before writing…
Added by Katherine L. Holmes on May 2, 2012 at 11:27am — No Comments
Birding is the second fastest growing sport in America. Sixty-five million of us are rising at ungodly hours to steal through estuaries and woodlands hoping to spy the flash of a wing. Some of us spend fortunes enticing our avian friends to our back yards. Why?
(1) Birding is…Continue
Added by Rebecca Camarena on September 25, 2011 at 1:36am — No Comments
Ready for a break, well then, come with me on a relaxing stroll through the Zoo. Imagine yourself on a cool spring day, your parasol in one hand, and dapper gentleman in the other. Tea will be served in the conservatory of butterflies, and your companions will be tigers, lemurs, and giraffes. I see the smile on your face—the cuteness is enough to make you…Continue
Added by Nishi Serrano on April 2, 2011 at 12:31pm — No Comments
I had never read any other books by Nelson DeMille so I had no warning about what was to come. Certainly his style of writing breathes life into and embodies all that is sarcastic in a protagonist and that fitted John Sutter to a T. I found John's sarcasm to be very difficult to relate to and his snideness made me feel less than sympathetic about the past events in his life. Frankly, in many ways, I am surprised that John ever had a family or friends… Continue
Added by Tamara Baff on October 5, 2008 at 3:53pm — No Comments