A Dog’s Life by Janie Devos I lost my dog on a Friday. I don’t mean we left the gate open and he wandered away. We lost him [...].
HARPERCOLLINS CHILDREN’S BOOKS TO PUBLISH RUNNY BABBIT RETURNS, A NEVER-BEFORE-PUBLISHED COLLECTION OF SPOONERISM POEMS BY SHEL SILVERSTEIN!
HARPERCOLLINS CHILDREN’S BOOKS TO PUBLISH RUNNY BABBIT RETURNS, A NEVER-BEFORE-PUBLISHED COLLECTION OF SPOONERISM POEMS BY SHEL SILVERSTEIN! Today HarperCollins Children’s Books announced the publication of Runny Babbit Returns, a [...].
Working in Cross-Stitches By: Shona Husk As much as I love to write and read, I can’t do those things when watching TV, not if I really want to [...].
Tune in Tuesday Feb. 21st when Book Lights host Debra Parmley chats with author Jordan Dane about her latest book Mr. January. Listen here Tue. Feb. 21st at 8:30 p.m. [...].
The Importance of Diversity in Romance Novels (Reprinted with permission from Bookish.com) by Brenda Jackson Brenda Jackson believes in love, and (like your editors here at Bookish!) she also believes [...].
THE WEDDING CLAUSE by Alexandra Ivy When I was writing The Wedding Clause I took great pleasure in forcing together two people who had no interest in getting married, let alone [...].
My Jazz Era-Inspired Hobby by Heather Hiestand I became interested in writing about the 1920s a couple of years ago. I’ve always been a sucker for movie star biographies, so [...].
Chocolate to go With Your Book by Kristi Rose In my new book, THE GIRL HE WANTS, Jayne finds inspiration in fortune cookies and comfort with sweets. She’s a girl [...].