Book Review: The House at the End of Hope Street

The House at the End of Hope Street by Menna van Praag

I can’t believe I didn’t pick up The House at the End of Hope Street by Menna Van Praag sooner. I packed for my trip to Disney World, telling myself that I’d dig into after the kids went to sleep. Except I was just as exhausted as the kids each night. Instead, I pulled it out on […]

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Feed Your Reader Friday: 4 April 2014

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It’s Friday! That means more books to feed your reader. I haven’t read all of these these books yet, but they are headed right onto my to-be-read list. I just need more hours in the day. Heck, I didn’t even get to read during my vacation last week! I read an excerpt Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull, […]

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Book Club Feature: The Opposite of Maybe by Maddie Dawson

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Spring means lots of exciting book club features. Our next selection’s author is no stranger to From Left to Write. We’re thrilled to announce that  The Opposite of Maybe by Maddie Dawson as our next book club! Our members have been raving over Maddie’s newest book and you’ll soon see why when we discuss it next Tuesday, April […]

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Book Club Discussion: The Idea of Him

It can be easy to overlook your loved one’s faults, but what if those faults are keeping you from your dream? That is Allie’s struggle in The Idea of Him by Holly Peterson.  The man she fell in love with and married might not be who she hoped he would be. Especially now that they have children. […]

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Feed Your Reader Friday

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I’ve decided that I can’t read fast enough to review all the books I want to share with you. So I’m making Feed Your Reader a regular feature to share recent and newly released books that I’ve added to “want to read” pile stack list. I knew right away I wanted to read Hidden, Catherine McKenzie’s newest […]

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3 Ways the Divergent Movie Brought the Books To Life

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Editor’s Note: I’m excited to welcome our newest contributor, Catherine. I’m glad she’s here to cover YA books because I just can’t read all the books. -Thien-Kim I devoured Veronica Roth’s Divergent series as it came out, so I was more than excited to see the movie Divergent on opening night. As I settled into […]

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