Happy Easter, everyone! In honor of the day, I found some interested facts about this holiday. Enjoy!
This week, we have a guest post from TheBookBlogger2014 (a.k.a. Matt). He is the very first guest blogger on this blog, and he does a terrific job of reviewing books that are both “classics” and modern texts over at his blog, The Book Blogger. Without further ado, I present to you, TheBookBlogger2014’s take on the best first lines.
My grandmother passed away recently (hence no blog post last week). She taught me a great deal, and I would like to share some of her lessons.
For those of you who have felt winter's wrath, I feel for you (I've shoveled snow many a days), and this post is for you.
This week, I have had the honor of writing guest posts for not one, but TWO blogs. Pretty cool, huh? Which two are they though . . . ?
We all have that book that captured us instantly. When we first read it, we would be so engrossed in the story that we wouldn’t even remember turning the pages. However, sometimes these books lose their initial allure and the magic that overcame us upon the first reading. Here are some of the books that I wish I could recapture the experience of reading them for the first time.
I’m working on a kissing scene for my young adult novel, and I did a little research on the matter. Apparently, there's quite a bit more to a young adult kissing scene than I had originally thought. Here’s a list of some interesting findings.
You’ve done your research, you’ve written your essay, and now it’s time to turn that sucker in, right? Nope. You have one more step to do—proofreading. Here are some tips on executing an efficient and successful proofreading that will hopefully earn you that “A” on your essay.