As children’s writers, we all know the importance of choosing the right word to use. Shakespeare has a famous quote “What’s in a name? that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” That philosophy might work in Romeo and Juliet’s situation but not for ours. In a nonfiction book … More THE WORDS WE CHOOSE TO USE
Sally Matheny recommends 3 books for Christian teens. … More 3 Books Guiding Christian Teens to Make Wise Decisions – by Sally Matheny
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Recommended books for teens and tweens.
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Book review of The Sky So Heavy by Kathryn Dover … More The Sky So Heavy: A Book Review by Kathryn Dover
Guest blogger Esther Bandy recommends several books for middle grade readers and young adults. … More Seven Great Books for Young Readers by Guest Blogger, Esther Bandy
Two young adult readers review BEAUTIFUL by Cindy Martinusen-Coloma and share why they recommend it. … More Beautiful–Truth’s Found When Beauty’s Lost: A Review by Hadassah and Kelila Murdock
Writing Clean YA. … More Writing Clean YA Fantasy- by Guest Blogger Helena George
Candice Yamitz has a YA fantasy novel “Unbetrothed” debuting with Illuminate YA an imprint of Iron Stream Media, in February 2022. … More Introducing Candice Yamnitz, YA Fantasy Author
Write 2Ignite rarely posts two reviews of the same book. But, in a few weeks Helena George will be posting a great article on how to write a clean YA book and I thought I’d bring her book to your attention again. – Carol Baldwin, blog administrator. ***** Sarah Rodecker and Helena George’s Ships, Secrets, and … More Ships, Secrets, and Survivors: A Book Review by Teen Reviewer, Elle Dennison