Reading Challenge: The Great American Read from PBS
Have you ever done something new and exciting, only to discover that everybody else is doing it, too, maybe even before you thought of it? To Read or Not to Read… I started the Read Along With Emilie Richards Reading Challenge for the fun of it after participating in another challenge in 2017. As it…Read More
Reading Challenges 2018: We Are Not Alone
Are you participating in the Read Along With Emilie Richards Reading Challenge? If not, and you want to, you’ll find out all about it here. I promised to post about the challenge on the last Wednesday of every month, but you can see I’m a few days late for April. I’m delighted to say I’m…Read More
Reading Challenge: What Makes a Book a Classic?
I promised the last blog of each month would feature our 2018 Reading Challenge. Since I was away last Wednesday, let’s pretend THIS is the last week of March. If you’ve been following our discussions on the challenge, you already know the basics. If you haven’t? You can find out more right here. Don’t forget…Read More
Reading Challenge 2018: What Can We Read for #1 and #2?
This year for my last mid-week blog of each month I’m sharing updates on our 2018 Reading Challenge. If you’re just tuning in and don’t know about the challenge, you can find out more right here. You can also join my Read Along With Emilie Richards Facebook Group, where we talk about books we’re reading…Read More
Five Steps Every Writer Should Take: Part One and Our Monthly Reading Challenge Catch-Up
Five steps every writer should take. Is today’s post just for novelists though? Read on and find out. True confession time, yours, not mine. At some point in your life haven’t you wanted to write a book, or at least a story. No? Okay, that’s fair. But instead let’s discuss that article about your favorite…Read More
Reading Challenge 2017: How Did You Do?
Okay, it takes me awhile sometimes, but eventually I catch on. This time to Reading Challenges. In 2017 I learned about the Goodreads Challenge, in which readers set their own goals and see if they can meet them. I also learned about The Better World Books Reading Challenge, which really captured my imagination. Here’s what…Read More
Read Along With Emilie 2018: A Reading Challenge.
This past year I participated in a reading challenge at Better World Books Now it’s your turn for a challenge. In 2017 Better World Books, an online bookstore that works to support literacy, created twenty-five reading categories. Those of us who accepted the challenge had a year to find books that fit and read them all…Read More