Hyphened America! Why not just ‘American’ when born and bred but black? #AfrianAmerican @HyphenedNation

It’d never occurred to me before but why are those with obvious ‘outside’ American ancestry referred to with an hyphen i.e Italian-America, African-American? Even native-American people—those who are entitled to the ‘proper’ title—have the hyphen.   I interviewed Nicole Draffen the author … Continue reading

Check out #YA book from @ljstark321 for a powerful story of challenges, risks and rewards #contemporary #fiction

When a Unicorn Crosses the Rubicon Meet Angie and Taylor.  They seem to have everything going in the right direction for themselves as young adults. The next steps in life are on the horizon and ready to be seized—until life changes … Continue reading

Revisit #WWII with Steve Snyder for a harrowing retelling of a true event from our #history @ShotDownB17

Set within the framework of World War II in Europe, Shot Down is about the dramatic experiences of each member of a B-17 crew after their plane, piloted by the author’s father, was knocked out of the sky by German … Continue reading

Book Alert! My Alphabet Animals is currently #free #moms #childrens #kindergarten

FREE children’s book up until 10th October!   by Betsie Lewis My Alphabet Animals helps your child learn the letters and sounds of the alphabet with fun and adorable animals. This children’s book will teach all 26 uppercase and lowercase … Continue reading

A #YA novel – Merrett’s Gift #crime

by Ian Mitchell-Gill When six “criminally gifted” teens are caught misapplying their talents, each is given an offer they can’t refuse: to train at a secret school and put their skills to work for their country, or face the most … Continue reading