Sixteen-year-old Hilda has thought she was living with a mental illness for most of her life, but all of that changes when she meets Tyler, who claims to be einherjar, one of Viking god Odin’s warriors.
Can Hilda prevent the world from suffering its catastrophic fate once Ragnarök has begun?
You can’t hurry love. You also can’t cultivate it over successive manipulations of the timeline. After inventing a time machine, Nigel and Daniel dance a tango through time as they vie for Paula’s affections.
Heddy is Sad is an excellent book for educating children, youth, parents, friends, and caregivers how to recognize when someone is suffering with depression and how to support a loved one in need.
All too often, we focus on the negatives that come with a diagnosis of ADHD. It’s time that changed, and we begin to focus on the positives. Harry has a lot of Energy is an amazing book for helping children, youth, parents, and caregivers who have first-hand experience with ADHD to see the positives to this unique condition.
Astraphobia, an extreme fear of thunderstorms, can be debilitating at times. Most children outgrow their fear of storms, but until that happens, every dark cloud can cause anxiety and fear. Luna is Afraid of Storms is a great book to help children come to terms with their own fears or unease when it comes to storms alongside Luna as she does the same.
Reading a book in and of itself is a great way to stay occupied, but Luna has Nothing to do will spark your child’s imagination, suggesting wonderfully fun ideas he or she can do to stave off boredom while staying inside.
Addison Haney is released from a psychiatric ward having suffered amnesia after an unknown traumatic event and embarks on a quest to figure out who she was. Rather than come together, her life begins to unravel. Addison suffers from a strange photo sensitivity to the sun, her boyfriend, Piers, is never around during the day, and Percival, the local club owner, seems to know more than he’s letting on. If that’s not bad enough, people around her start to die horrible, bloody deaths.
No sooner has Bethany beat the Carrington Pulitzer Revelation Chronicles Online Extended Playpack game than Agents Quinto and Nimoy show up on her doorstep (because that’s not weird). Their offer: serve her government by finding stolen and hidden secrets in the game.
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Some of the first things new writers are told is to write what you know, and to show, and not tell. Russian playwright and author Anton Checkhov is credited with having said “Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show … Continue reading
I watched last week’s premiere of Z Nation with some trepidation. I mean, did the world really need another post-apocalyptic television show featuring zombies? I already watch The Walking Dead–need I say anything more? I was left with mixed feelings … Continue reading
is for Mood Mood (often called “atmosphere“) is the feeling a piece of writing evokes in the reader. This is often done through narrative tone, description and setting. After Molly finds Stanley’s body in … Continue reading