I Am David by Anne Holm, a review

I Am David by Anne Holm, a review

I Am David by Anne Holm, a tale of the Cold War, is an international classic, even fifty years after its first publication. It’s got a lot to recommend it–It’s a riveting read. But it’s also got hard things in it. Is I Am David by Anne Holm,...
A Place to Hang the Moon by Kate Albus, a review

A Place to Hang the Moon by Kate Albus, a review

Kate Albus has penned a World War II story, A Place to Hang the Moon, that engages the reader magnificently. Three orphans lose their only relative, their wealthy, cold and distant grandmother. Then their lawyer and former housekeeper send them with other children to...
I signed a publishing contract!

I signed a publishing contract!

Elk Lake Publishing will be publishing a book of mine in about a year, I’m happy to announce. The book, a middle-grade novel, features time travel. I’m not going to tell you anything more about it right now. Sign up for my occasional newsletter if you want...
The Monster in the Hollows by Andrew Peterson, a review

The Monster in the Hollows by Andrew Peterson, a review

Andrew Peterson’s Wingfeather Saga tells the tale of the widow and three children of the King of Anniera, a blessed island kingdom overwhelmed nine years before by the dreaded fangs of Dang. This book is Book 3 of the four-book saga, The Monster in the Hollows (2011)....