Girls Who Code Book Review

This is a book that makes my feminist heart happy. The author, Reshma Saujani, visited a lot of schools and saw that there were many boys in coding classes, but few girls. When she did some number checking, she learned that women only make up 4% of the workforce who code.   Her response to … Continue reading Girls Who Code Book Review

Quill and Books Reading Challenge- September

It's September! Reading can help bring understanding. Many people don't understand what it is like to have a disability. Reading a non-fiction book about a disability can help you understand the facts of it. Reading a book written BY someone with a disability can help you see their world in a new light. I've read … Continue reading Quill and Books Reading Challenge- September

Quill and Books Reading Challenge- August

am starting a reading challenge. This is meant for Instagram but you can post yours on any platform you wish. My Instagram handle is @fletchers.quill if you want to tag me. This challenge is not too hard if you read an average of one book a month. Each month, I'll steer you in a direction, maybe in a direction you've never been before.  So, here is the first month's challenge:

10 Gift Ideas for Readers 

Do you have a reader in your life that you need to buy a gift for? Christmas gift? Birthday Gift? Hanukkah gift? Eid Gift? I'm here to offer suggestions! Basically, this is my Christmas wishlist, but I suspect I'm not alone in wishing for these items. The items are not in any particular order. *Now … Continue reading 10 Gift Ideas for Readers 

NaNoWriMo for people too busy to write 50k words

Only 4 days until NaNoWriMo! What is NaNoWriMo? Look here. Basically it is a world-wide word count challenge to write 50,000 words in the month of November. I have yet to ever write 50,000 words in one month. I haven't even come close. The most I've ever done is 15,000 words and I was pretty … Continue reading NaNoWriMo for people too busy to write 50k words