Kids Lit is continuing to represent in this week’s Six for Sunday where I’m sharing six must reads from 2018!
Are we not meant to be happy, wasn’t that the whole point of our childhood. Fairy tales and fantasy and myth. Happily ever after. So on we go into the world where we learn monsters are real. Except you’re not fighting dragons, you’re fighting humans and yourself and no one is coming to save you. […]
Writers love metaphors, analogies & all manner of parallels. We thrive on them. And frankly, it’s easy to mix them up. For the purpose of this post – which references a connection to the central theme of my third book – Wild Spinning Girls – & my recent altercation with a pavement pothole, analogy will […]
Six for Sunday: Childhood Favourites Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve joined in with #SixforSunday and I was so excited to shine a spotlight on kidlit during April…oh well, better late than never, right? The prompt for this week was actually 2018 favourites, but I am terrible at remembering release dates so I decided […]
Short story collections are the perfect companion for busy readers who don’t have time to consume a hefty tome. Here are my picks for the best short story collections that can provide your fiction fix without the commitment.
Does your kid have a creative mind? Or maybe you want him to develop out-of-the-box thinking? Go to the Escape cafe Imaginatorium. Here’s where kids can be creative and have fun at the same time!