bookish posts

J.K. Rowling Introduces ‘The Ickabog’ to Benefit Children

From a dusty box in an attic and almost a decade’s past, J.K. Rowling announced today via her blog on publishing the story of The Ickabog for free for children who are in lockdown. Not only is Rowling hoping to entertain and immerse children in a fictional world of a timeless theme that tells about truth and the misuse… Continue reading J.K. Rowling Introduces ‘The Ickabog’ to Benefit Children

Author interviews

Author Spotlight- G.Z Schmidt

About the Author- Gail Zhuang Schmidt was born in China and immigrated to the U.S. when she was six. She grew up in the Midwest and the South, where she chased fireflies at night and listened occasionally for tornado/hurricane warnings. About the book- Time traveling is no ordinary thing, but that’s what awaits 12-year-old Adam… Continue reading Author Spotlight- G.Z Schmidt

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Harry Potter Books – #Worst to Best

The ranking below should be taken with a grain of salt because even the worst "Harry Potter" book is still amazing.Surprisingly, this can be a rather heated subject as everyone has their own and often wildly differing opinions. If you don’t agree with my list, please let me know in the comments below what you’d rank… Continue reading Harry Potter Books – #Worst to Best

Author interviews

Author Spotlight – Elika Ansari

About the Author - Elika Ansari is a writer, social scientist, and humanitarian professional. She has been working with MSF (Doctors Without Borders) in what has been recently described as ‘the world’s worst refugee camp’ in Greece for the past year, and as such she has had the (mis)fortune of hearing many touching stories about… Continue reading Author Spotlight – Elika Ansari