Banned Book of the Week: To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird: why it is banned and my take on the lessons it can provide.
November: Revisiting Banned Book Classics
Banned books: if we cannot expose our children to history—to injustices—how can we expect them to make the world a better place?
Book of the Week: It Starts with Us
The long-awaited sequel to It Ends with Us. A story of possibilities, renewal, and true love—and a must read for every Colleen Hoover fan.
Book of the Week: Six Crimson Cranes
It had magic, mystery, betrayal, danger, love—and dragons! Absolutely fantastic read and powerful storytelling.
A Moment of Sage Clarity
In the stillness of facing current challenges, I find myself thinking of my long-lost guidance system when I was a little girl: my Nanny.
Book of the Week: Where the Crawdads Sing
A heartwarming tale of a woman coming into her own, mixed with the mystery of a whodunit murder. A must read that lives up to its hype.
Book of the Week: The Final Gambit
A satisfying ending to a mind-boggling trilogy, filled with puzzles, twists, and unexpected resolutions.
Open October: Jenny’s Choice
It’s Jenny’s Choice this month, and I welcome any and all recommendations of good reads you’ve recently enjoyed from any genre.