When I realized that Sesame Street Day just so happened to land during both Young Readers Week and National Children's Book Week as well as Picture Book Month, I knew that I just had to write a post about my favorite Sesame Street book. Perhaps you've read it.
Let the title and opening line be your story guide; a writing prompt you can return to time and again.
I need to get out of my own headspace. I need to take a trip somewhere away from here. Sadly, I can't afford a vacation. If it was springtime or summer, I'd find myself a path in the woods and go for a walk. Recently, the temperatures have been down in the single digits, and … Continue reading Hopping in my Time Machine
It's already week three, and October is more than halfway over. Is it just me or has 2018 just kind of flown by? I swear we should still be somewhere back in the middle of summer. Not that I'm complaining. I love the fall. It is my favorite season, though I miss those days of … Continue reading #FrightFall #Readathon weekly update
Here's the week two update on what I've been reading since I left the #FrightFall #readathon starting line. Sadly, no one raised their hand when I called for authors to show me their scary books even with the offer of a no strings review and the sale that comes from my choosing their book. That's … Continue reading #frightfall #readathon #amreading update