24 Things No One Tells You About Book Publishing
Ten years ago, my first novel Prep came out. Three novels later, here's what I've learned about the publishing industry and writing since then.
Pinterest for Authors: A Beginner's Guide | Jane Friedman
Learn four reasons writers might want to use Pinterest, how to best use the platform, and best practices to get the most traction for your work.
An Online Magazine of the Arts by Women Over Sixty
A Magazine of the Arts by and for Women Over Sixty. It's a literary journal with creative and political writing and a short story and poetry magazine.
Memoir explores being Black in America
The youngest of five children, Tracy K. Smith was raised with limitless affection and a firm belief in God by a stay-at-home mother and an engineer father. But just as
Books My Book Club Actually Discussed
The Library Adventure uses affiliate links, see our policies for more information. I am lucky to have been a part of an incredible book club for the last 10 years. We are over 40 women strong and meet once a month. Usually the host picks the book title and everyone brings a treat to share […]
Carrie Snyder gives us a Girl Runner worth keeping up with
In Carrie Snyder's debut novel,Girl Runner, we met Aganetha "Aggie" Smart at the age of 104, who is whiling away the remainder of her life alone in a nursing home. When two young people sign her out for a day trip, claiming to be family, Aggie is aware enough to know that they are not who they seem. However, she is game for one last adventure and willing to go along for the ride this brother and sister(named Kaley and Max) act are taking her on. It turns out that both of them are interested…