Tag Archives: Children’s books

Gone, and Some Forgotten

Angie, the Tuesday Hound, asked: “Is there a book from your youth that you would love to have a copy of now?” I must have mentioned these before, since books have been a major part of my life.  My mother … Continue reading

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A Few of My Favorite Things

I posed this week’s question: Do you still have any of your old toys? I’m sentimental. I’d have more, if they had not been left in storage in another state by a relative of mine, and a few that were … Continue reading

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Guest interview with Kelly Tinkham

Today, I’m introducing you to Kelly Tinkham. She and I have done several author events together in West Michigan and she let me read a draft of her current work in progress. Needless to say it was awesome and I … Continue reading

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I Try to Cover It All

After covering what covers what would make us want to buy a book by its cover, we approach what would turn us off of a book, by its cover. This is hard. Purchasing ability aside, (because I have had a … Continue reading

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