I read a thoroughly disappointing book yesterday (which I will not name and will not add to my Goodreads log!) and thought that the best way to counteract a boring book would be to post some fun reads. Usually when I want something lighthearted, I turn to genre fiction, and Regency novels are particular favorites, [...]
A few recent acquisitions that I’m excited about:
Kio ran a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund the research and initial print run of her book, Don’t Go Back to School: A Handbook for Learning Anything. She interviewed 100 people (full disclosure: I was both a backer and an [...]
Many writers feel a close bond with Madeleine L’Engle. I’ve written here before about my connections, beginning with reading A Wind in the Door in second grade and startling my biochemist mother by asking her to show me a picture of mitochondria. In third grade, I read A Wrinkle in Time, and in fourth grade, [...]
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