In The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett, the Queen discovers the joys of reading. As I read about the Queen’s reading journey, I found many similarities to my own reading journey. The Queen voiced my own thoughts about reading, and I loved relating to her. But while The Uncommon Reader was a funny, easy read,

Read Post

A few weeks ago, a publisher contacted me: Would I like to review ARCs for my blog? I’ve only been book blogging for a few months, so I was flattered they found me. I have an online presence! The publicist was able to answer my questions about ARCs, mostly. But I’m realizing that I don’t

Read Post

[amazon_link asins=’1439156816′ template=’RightAlignSingleImage’ store=’rebereid06-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’c18e11c4-17f1-11e7-867e-03c9ec5fe12d’]At age five, my mother was my scribe as I wrote my first book (“The Three Little Pigs”). Since then, I have wanted to be a writer. I picked up Stephen King’s memoir, On Writing, because it seems to be a commonly recommended book for aspiring writers. I’ve never read

Read Post