A Book Review, by Adriana Gabrielle.
This informative writing manual addresses important elements such as where to start a novel, openings that hook readers, backstory, creating tension, foreshadowing, and much more.
The twist to the Red Riding Hood story was FAN-FLIPPIN-TASTIC!
Even though the title has ‘Christian’ in it, it is really geared to anyone who has questions or needs explanations about Christianity.
The Maze Runner meets Hatchet in this sci-fi adventure with a surprise twist ending that no one will see coming.
When the science institute invited Charlie for an experiment, he eventually becomes intelligent. However, later on in his life something goes wrong.
A courageous 18-year-old from Nashville gave up every comfort and convenience to become the adoptive mother to 13 girls in Uganda.
Royal children kidnapped by pirates and they end up escaping by the help of three slaves aboard the ship and then the whole adventure begins!
This is a must-read book for anyone who writes Christian fiction.
If you are interested in culture, history, or ethnic conflicts, then you will love this novel.
Obsessing over status, grades, exercise or a boyfriend could never become an addiction… could it?
Meet the author of 50 Tips for Homeschooled Teens: 50 Ways to Enjoy Your Homeschooled Life.
The Kite Runner is, in my opinion, one of the most enlightening novels of the twenty-first century, a literary classic for the ages, and a must-read for any avid reader.
Today I am going to be reviewing one of my 100% absolutely all time favorite book!
A Nonfiction Book Review, by Naomi.
A Book Review, by Adriana.
This topic will discuss my opinion of the book I read and of course there will be a major spoil alert!
I am reviewing a novella published by my friend Emily Rachelle. (You may recognize Emily’s name as a former HST book reviewer!)
How to Turn Your First Draft into a Published Book.
One of the best young adult novels of our time, the book was around 50% cancer and 50% love story. The movie was about 70% love story and 30% cancer.
Someone recommended this book to me and it took about five years to actually decide to read it. Don’t wait like I did.
Xanthus Dimitriou is on a mission to save mankind from annihilation. But first there’s one small thing he needs to do…
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