Another aspect of this novel that I really enjoyed was the winter setting and atmosphere. Arden does a superb job of creating a visceral environment for the reader. I felt the cold when outdoors with the characters and I reveled in the warm firelight that they huddled around at night. #WomenWriters
YA Book Review: Fifteen Lanes by S.J. Laidlaw | I've Read This
With every turn of the page, we begin to understand that there is more than one kind of strength to be valued — and James Matlack Raney does a marvelous job in delivering that message.
I asked James if he would take some time from his busy schedule for an interview with The Black Lion Journal to talk about what he’s been up to so far and his transition from the Jim Morgan series to Lord of The Wolves.
David Copperfield was engaging and I got to the end of it feeling very pleased to have read it.
Birds essay explores loss by learning to appreciating life and life's lessons. By uncovering reoccurring patterns within her daily life, and with the aid of nature, Bird rediscovers what it means to be a part of something larger than she could have ever imagined. Header image © Sissh Art “Day 2, Week 3 – Forest Landscapes.”
I have been reading a lot of Patrick Ness's work lately. The Chaos Walking trilogy was exceptional and More Than This was certainly another thought-provoking book, though I felt it had a poor ending, unfortunately -- but it was a great read nonetheless. A Monster Calls by Ness is a terribly sad and cruel book …
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