If you didn't know, I run the Inspirational Historical Fiction Index. It's a catalog#christhistficistHistFic that comes out every month. The best way to take advantage of the site is to sign up for the newsletter, so you never miss seeing everything available for my favorite genre. If you are not subscribed to the Index's newsletter--now is the time!! At the end of the year, I give a stack of paperbacks away from the past year just for voting on your favorite cover. This giveaway is not linked to online, it's for subscribers only, so sign up for the monthly newsletter so you don't miss it! ... See MoreSee Less
I find it oddly comforting that we're not the only age to deal with "insurmountable" crises--something will happen to turn it around. This wasn't amusing at the time, I'm sure, but what a title for a crisis! ... See MoreSee Less
By the late 1800s, large cities all around the world were drowning in horse manure. The London Times predicted in 1894 that in 50 years time, every street in London would be buried under nine feet of ...
I've assigned "Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare for Children" by Nesbit to my 5th grader. He's been reading it for a week or two now and today he had to tell me: "Mom, these stories are neither beautiful or for children because the characters almost always *he made a raspberry noise and thrust out the spear he made from a poky Christmas tree star topper taped onto a stick* DIES!" These aren't for children, Mom!!" If only he knew about all the innuendos the adapter took out of them.... ... See MoreSee Less
Don't miss out on this FREE for the first time book! I got to help Heidi out with this book from its inception, and I believe it has finaled in several awards, it's a great read. Contemporaries that mirror classic literature is one of the few contemp tropes I read and this series is so fun that way! (You don't have to read Little Women to understand it, it's just all the fun Easter eggs you find if you have that makes it fun.) ... See MoreSee Less
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