The collection isn’t only made of “poo stories,” though.
Stories are the only way we can make that connection to a spiritual realm…
Michalski has a great talent…
Naz over at Read Diverse Books has challenged everyone to read more diversely.
“…I yell loud enough for the neighbors three houses down to hear A racist lives here! A racist lives here!”
…but my mom said we couldn’t keep her. So I wrote a moving, construction-paper saga of a girl and her puppy.
Cornwell is a beautiful prose writer, infusing an uncomplicated plot with lyrical narrative that brings to life a vivid landscape where it is easy to believe in legends.
Like the pragmatist I am, I started on page one, planned on coloring the whole thing, then moving to the next page. I didn’t completely finish.
Novels: that fantastic art form that builds a world, sucks you in, and keeps you there for hundreds of pages as you get to know characters, settings,… Read more “Favorite Novels of 2015”
I’m very excited to have Barb Taub, a writer and blogger, stop by Grab the Lapels today for a “Meet the Writer” feature. I’ve been following Barb’s… Read more “Meet the Writer: Barb Taub”