“Burn” Cover Reveal

Life: 1. Brenna James: 0. An AWOL talent, an enemy-occupied hometown, and a Life Shade boyfriend—Brenna James just wants something to go right. Although her family has been given sanctuary in Syeira, Brenna will never be safe as long as Rune is hunting down and killing Firebrands. Can someone please wake her up already? WhenContinue reading ““Burn” Cover Reveal”

A Review of “Heart of the Curiosity”

Heart of the Curiosity is a gaslamp fantasy novel by H.L. Burke. It’s aimed at young adult readers, and features gadgets, intrigue, witty dialogue, and a sprinkling of romance. One of my favorite reads of 2019, Heart of the Curiosity shines with mystery, humor, and a unique blend of whimsy. I laughed out loud atContinue reading “A Review of “Heart of the Curiosity””

A Unit Study of “The Girl Who Could See”

A unit study inspired by Kara Swanson’s “The Girl Who Could See”. Topics include Multiverse Theory, National Disaster Response Planning, and Biotech. Suitable for high school students. “The Girl Who Could See” Unit Study Supplement the unit study with a list of discussion question from BookRiot.com. Other posts related to ”The Girl Who Could See”Continue reading “A Unit Study of “The Girl Who Could See””

Unit Study Inspired by Spark

When kids are interested in a topic, they’re more engaged and the process of learning is enjoyable. Which, in turn, helps foster a love for learning (and makes teaching fun). And as both a homeschool parent and a writer, I felt led to combine the two areas to create printable unit studies centered around someContinue reading “Unit Study Inspired by Spark”

A Review of “The Girl Who Could See”

The Girl Who Could See by Kara Swanson is a science fiction thriller with a thread of romance. While aimed at new adults (ages 18-25), it’s also suitable for mature teens. Nineteen-year-old Fern Johnson struggles to hold a job and ignore her imaginary friend. She only wants to care for her niece, and shield herContinue reading “A Review of “The Girl Who Could See””