Hello, Write Edge readers! Happy Friday! I’ve posted my latest pictures to Instagram. They include what I’m reading now, a peek into my writing studio, and supporting other writers. Check it out now with my handle, @EktaRGarg, or on my Facebook author page.
Have a fantastic weekend, readers, and remember to stay home, stay safe, stay healthy, and stay hydrated!
Happy Thursday, readers! It’s the third quarter of the year, and we’re back to Thursday R.E.A.D.s. At the beginning of this 10th year of blogging, I decided to add a new feature to The Write Edge Bookshelf where I do a deep dive into a book for a month. In February I examined The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern. Then came Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owns in May.
This month, I’m digging into The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, the new Hunger Games novel by Suzanne Collins. You can start with my observations on the book as a r.eviewer.
Enjoy the latest installment of Thursday R.E.A.D.s, everyone!
Hello, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my latest book review for you. Today I share my thoughts on the new YA novel It Came from the Sky by Chelsea Sedoti. Here’s the opening to my post:
In order to get out of trouble for a science experiment gone wrong, two teens convince their entire town that aliens have landed. Soon the hoax spins out of their control, and the brothers have just as hard a time as anyone else remembering that the aliens “came” because of them. Author Chelsea Sedoti treats her characters with humor and compassion in the funny YA novel It Came from the Sky.
Have a great day, readers!