The Trespasser remains my favorite French entrée. ~ The Page Palate ‘Tis the season for thrills and chills, so it seems only fitting to pay homage to one of my all-time favorite writers: Tana French. While she has written a couple of stand-alone novels most recently, it is her Dublin Murder Squad series I fellContinue reading “Tana French: Master (word) Chef”
This menu provides readers with a unique word-dining companion: Death.
Engle’s Infinite Country is a slim, yet satisfying novel that leaves you pondering the bonds of family and the politics that threaten to tear them apart.
This menu will satisfy the palates of those craving a taste of the writer’s life.
No. Elegant in its simplicity, the word no is an essential ingredient if one wants to be a writer. Why? A dear friend wisely told me that when we say no to one thing, it allows us to say yes to something else. And what is that “something else?” Writing. We will never become writersContinue reading “A Two-letter Word All Writers Should Use”
Reading is breathing in, and writing is breathing out. ~ Pam Allyn As a former high school English teacher, my respect for the teaching profession runs deep. I know what it’s like to grasp for new, engaging ways to inspire students to, not only enjoy reading, but consider what it is that draws them intoContinue reading “DIY Book Nutrition Labels”