Asian YA (and Asian literature) in general, was largely unknown to me until last year. Now, I'm a massive fan of stories by authors of Asian descent. I will admit that I had to Google to confirm the entire scope of "Asia" and as such will be including books by authors of Indian and Middle [...]
In February, I read 14 books spanning YA, middle-grade, chapter books, and adult non-fiction. Here's a quick round up and more books for your TBR.
Managing financial anxiety as a freelancer, rookie freelancer mistakes, advice for writers, and a whole lot of book buzz in February 2019 favorites.
New freelance writer or editor seeking to improve your skills? These are 20 of the best books on writing and editing to take your work to the next level!
Mollie, shares some excellent freelancing (especially if you’re an editor) advice. We talked about everything from how she got started, finding clients, setting rates, and her favorite editing resources.
Yara Zgheib's debut follows a young woman struggling with anorexia.
Author Alicia D. Williams is the author of the powerful debut novel, Genesis Begins Again. Her book tackles many issues, but it's hard to ignore the role of colorism in this book. I spoke to Alicia about the reasons why this theme came easily to her, the similarities between her and Genesis, and how she balances work as a middle-grade history teacher with writing.
January was a great month for reading! I read 15 phenomenal books including picture books, chapter books, middle grade, YA, adult fiction and non-fiction. Read to see my five favorite reads in January.
How to launch a freelance career, the editing society in Nigeria, two favorite podcast episodes, and a list of Caribbean books to look out for in 2019.
Helping kids enjoy reading is so close to my heart. Sometimes teachers and parents focus too much on teaching kids to pronounce words, and not enough on enjoying stories. Chapter books are a great next step once your child starts to want longer stories. You can either read them to your kids or let them [...]