Hello, Write Edge readers! We’ve finally entered spring here in Central Illinois and not a moment too soon. I thought we wouldn’t get there until summer break. :>
I’m starting to like posting everything on a Monday. It’s a wonderful way to start the week, and it gives me a full seven days to prepare everything for all of you. Eventually I’d like to go back to having posts ready first thing in the day as before, but I’m working my way back to that.
In the meantime, I’m sharing links with you for this week’s content. First, this week’s new fiction. It turned out incredibly short, so I’ll just share a quick snippet.
Science fiction author Sylvain Neuvel brings his trilogy The Themis Files to a close with the release tomorrow of Only Human. Does the third book do justice to the series? Here’s the opening to my review:
After spending almost a decade on another planet, two scientists and a teenager come back to Earth only to find that the problems they thought they helped solve have gotten worse. Now they must fight time, opposing forces, and even one another to prevent another world war. Author Sylvain Neuvel brings his trilogy, The Themis Files, to an elegant, albeit bittersweet, end in the third book Only Human.
Finally, I’ve posted some brand new parenting adventures for you. Here’s a peek at this week’s Spurts:
Eleven was intrigued by the premise—two sisters spend their lives competing over everything, including a husband—but Nine started complaining the minute we chose the movie.
“I think you’ll really like this one,” I whispered in her ear.
Her face folded into doubt. “Why?”
Have a lovely week, readers!
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