Name five books that you didn’t get to in 2022 but want to make a priority in 2023. Elatsoe by Darcie Little Badger This was her debut novel which went on to win awards. I think every book she has written won awards. She is a member of the Lipan Tribe. The book is about a girl names Elatsoe. She can raise animals from the dead. When her cousin is murdered, she investigates, uncovering secrets hidden by her picture perfect village. Fated Sky by Mary Robinette Kowal I read The Calculating Stars (book 1 in the series) when these first came out. I loved it so much I bought Fated Sky to read right away. Well... Life happened and I didn't get around to it yet. But this will be the year!
10 Podcasts Writers Love!
I've been listening to some podcasts more lately as I work. I thought I had done a podcast roundup before on this website, but all I found was a narrator roundup. I've talked about some of these creators before so they might sound familiar to you. Without further adieu... here are some of my favorite podcast in their different categories.
The Reading Rush- Fun Challenge!
I just heard about this thing called The Reading Rush. It is one week of reading as much as possible. It starts July 22.
Avengers Book Tag
I got this fun idea from a blogger called Robin Lee Ann. It was such a nerdy me kind of Idea; I had to jump on board and do my own! So here goes: IRON MAN: A book that made you laugh out loud Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone is written with such voice! … Continue reading Avengers Book Tag
Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone —Book Review
I heard about this book on a podcast, probably Writing Excuses. I like a good mystery, especially a classic Sherlock Holmes story but with a twist. I am enjoying this story immensely. However, I read a chapter of this to my middle school student and they thought chapter one was boring. This story has a … Continue reading Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone —Book Review
January Reading Challenge
Not everyone has the privilege of being a teacher of such diverse populations, but there is no better way to learn how others think and view the world than by reading what they write. So this month I recommend that you read at least one book that is written by someone from another country or someone from a different culture than your own.
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