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The Prisoner and the Writer | Heather Camlot and Sophie Casson | Book Review

The Prisoner and the Writer is a new middle grade graphic novel written by Heather Camlot and illustrated by Sophie Casson. It is a story of bias and prejudice within the French political history. The main character is a man (Captain Alfred Dreyfus) who is falsely accused to treason to his country and who isContinue reading “The Prisoner and the Writer | Heather Camlot and Sophie Casson | Book Review”

Wave | Diana Farid | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Wave by Diana Farid? I saw Wave on Netgalley and thought that it sounded like a beautiful coming of age story. It’s also set in the past (the year I was born) so I was curious about that. And it is written in verse format which is one of myContinue reading “Wave | Diana Farid | Audiobook Review”

Nest | Esther Ehrlich | Book Review

Nest by Esther Ehrlich is a middle grade book that packs a punch. If you just go based off the cover, you may expect something that is light-hearted. This book has its light moments but also deals with real life issues in such a heartfelt and compelling way. I really was not expecting to enjoyContinue reading “Nest | Esther Ehrlich | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

Reading, Writing, Nerding, and Honoring the Oxford Comma Since 1987.

A. A. MacConnell

When you write drabbles, you relieve the pressure of the epic novel expanding in your head.

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