My writing PLN (professional Learning Network) pretty much revolves around blogs and the authors who share their insights and advice through the online blogs. When I have a question, I often go there first, before digging through my shelves of self-help writing books. Along the way, I’ve read many of their books. Here, I want to share those that I’ve particularly enjoy and think you might too.
- The Piper Morgan Series–addresses issues youngsters are curious about, told in first person, through the eyes of delightful Piper Morgan
- The Curse of Troy–Helen of Troy’s story, in her own words, as relayed to a roving historian
- The Sorcerer’s Garden is a clever mix of reality and fantasy, made even more relevant by the author’s insights into motivations and desire.
by Stephanie Faris
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I love this book as well as the entire…
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