Archive | November 2016

Book Reviews From Blogging Authors

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My writing PLN (professional Learning Network) pretty much revolves around blogs and the authors who share their insights and advice through the online blogs. When I have a question, I often go there first, before digging through my shelves of self-help writing books. Along the way, I’ve read many of their books. Here, I want to share those that I’ve particularly enjoyed and think you might too:

  • The Bug Buys is a humorous view of what happens when two boys unexpectedly get the super powers of insects.
  • The Gift of Guylaine Claire delves into how a family recovers when a critical person dies.
  • Frankly Speaking relays the story of a detective-turned-PI, hiding from his past, who becomes caught up in a murder mystery

The Bug Boys The Bug Boys

by Stewart Hoffman

My rating: 4/5 stars

This story follows two entirely normal South Yorkshire lads who eat the wrong food at the wrong time…

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The Bug Boys – Stewart Hoffman

Alex and his friends are typical kids. They go to school, have trouble with math, and try to stay out of trouble with teachers and parents. They certainly didn’t suspect that a field trip to …

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